A reader forwarded along this listing for commercial space at 166 Smith Street, the former MTA property where renovations began last week. It’s possible Lululemon claimed a chunk of the commercial space on the corner of Wyckoff, although the company did not return requests for info, and perhaps their branding is only being used for marketing purposes. And it looks like there will be residential units on the top floor. To date, we haven’t heard back from either the architects of this project or the broker representing the commercial space.
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