In rather unsurprising news, the owners of 32 and 34 Fifth Avenue, on the corner of Dean Street, have placed the building on the market. As noted in this press release (PDF), the buildings are "directly across from the new Barclays Center and the Atlantic Terminal Mall & Train Station," and "can be delivered vacant making it ideal for mixed-use, retail or residential conversion."
The buildings, which are catty-corner to the recently shuttered Triangle Sporting Goods, currently house an H&R Block. The release goes on to mention proximity to the Barclays Center several more times, making it clear that whoever purchases the property needn't care about whether or not what they plan on opening there is of any use to the people who actually live in the neighborhood.
The asking price is $4,500,000, which equals out to about $781/ square foot.