Available first time in 30 years (Off-Market)
This open loft, is located on the second floor, is currently undergoing a gut demolition and landlord will leave the loft raw and open with the original architectural deals. The 2,100sf loft (not grossed up) is square in shape with 6 windows in the front (southeastern sunlight) as well as windows in the back to the light well.
The space has iron columns, oak floor from the original industrial usage, chicken wire glass windows, brick walls, and 10.5ft+ ceilings (with another 1 ft to the wood beams if exposed). Despite the age of the building, it has requisite power for technology companies, 24/7 passenger elevator access, and intercoms. The space also has 2 private bathrooms and a wet kitchen hookup.
The Landlord supports creative companies and start-ups with favorable terms such as only one month security deposit and will likely get involved in the light renovation of the space. Another firm within the building was going to expand into the space but the deal fell apart, which is why this loft is abruptly available. With light renovation after full demo, move-in is possible for October 1st. Tenant pays 1 month brokerage commission.
2100 sf square shaped
Hasn't been available in 30 years
Windows (6) in front and back
10.5ft+ ceilings with another 1 ft to the beams if exposed
Chicken wire glass windows
Industrial oak floor with character
24/7 elevator access
2 private bathrooms
Wet kitchen hook-ups
No residential, not live/work
$11,000 a month asking rent
3-5 year lease
Only 1 month security deposit
Tenant pays a month commission
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