Sold $1,850,000 - Commercial
Situated on a high-visibility block of Warren Street in Hudson, NY. This very desirable historic building is located in a prime downtown location with lots of business potential. Bring your entrepreneurial imagination and take advantage of the amazing space this building provides….. 12,000 Square Feet in total!
Built in 1927 as The Farmers National Bank, the classic revival style building was designed by the firm of Shreve & Lamb, architects of the Empire State Building. Constructed of brick and steel reinforced concrete, the expansive main gallery has
14′ – 25′ ceilings and broad Warren Street exposure.
The First Floor, in addition to the expansive gallery, also has 2-bank vaults, 1/2 Bath and additional office and back room space. Perfect for restaurant, art gallery, performance space, retail shop, brewery/wine bar, museum… endless possibilities! (Ample public parking at back of building.)
Upstairs…live in luxurious high-style. The very spacious apartment features an expansive living/dining area, 2-newly renovated bathrooms, recent high-end designer kitchen and paneled master bedroom (former bank Board Room) with gas fireplace.
The Lower Level is spacious, dry, climate controlled and provides a number of work and storage areas as well as public restrooms.
This is a unique opportunity to own one of Hudson’s foremost and highly coveted buildings.