The buildings in the South Williams, Liberty Street area are the type of warehouse buildings that can make or break an area. If they aren’t producing money from some kind of industry, they lay vacant and become an eyesore. There are other alternatives. Look at what museum Dia Beacon (an old Nabisco factory) did for Beacon. It would be great if someone looking for upstate vacant industrial space came upon this site and used it for something creative, something that would engage the community and visitors, something other than condos. It would surely be ground breaking for the City of Newburgh. What kind of project would you like to see come to these spaces?
What this space has to offer:
Location. It is about one hour north of NYC and only 5 blocks west of the Hudson River. Stewart International airport is close, as well as the Metro North which could be accessed by a ferry via Beacon. I84 and I87 are also only a few minutes away. The buildings themselves as well as the land that is being offered, is only a stone throw away from Washington’s Headquarters, the oldest house in the city, and the first US historic landmark. It is in between the Heights neighborhood and Broadway. Within a 4 block radius you have a restaurant, cafe, art store, gift shop, brewery and the soon to be restored Ritz Theater. The entire commercial district of Liberty Street and Broadway would benefit as well.
Size and Space. Building #1, 55,000+-Sq.Ft. Brick (2) Level + Basement (18k+- Sq Ft Each) Building On 1.27 Acre Lot, 5 Docks, Floor Lift Elevator And Large Yard Space includes 2 separate vacant lots.
Building #2, (2) Levels Of Approx. 60,000 Sq.Ft. Interconnected To Building #1 Via Underground Tunnel, with street Loading Docks And Elevator.
Land, Vacant Lot Of (1.7)+- Acre Next To Washington’ s HQ On Liberty Street
They are being offered for sale, or for rental, and you can buy each one separately. See below for more pictures and pricing information.
Building #2: $495,000
Size: 60,000 Sf
Year Built: 1960?
Land : $199,000
Size: 1.7+- Acre