Following completion of a major redevelopment and repositioning, the Corn Exchange Building has been brought to market for lease by Colliers International.
The landmarked property from Harlem-based owner/developer Artimus — located at 81-85 East 125th Street and Park Avenue — is one of the most architecturally distinct structures in the neighborhood.
The seven-story, 35,000 s/f brick clad building includes 10,000 s/f of retail and up to 30,000 s/f of boutique office space.
The building is LEED certified, has a private entrance, and offers signage possibilities for an anchor tenant. Tenants will also have access to a roof deck available on an exclusive basis in conjunction with leasing the penthouse floor.
The Colliers International agency team of Eric Yarbro, Drew O’Malley, JoAnn Stock, and Reggie Wills represents the building on behalf of ownership.
Artimus has rebuilt the landmarked asset with virtually column-free space, open ceilings, and a the roof-top terrace. They installed geothermal heated sidewalks, a first for commercial properties in Harlem.
Yarbro said, “Harlem is… ripe with opportunity. We anticipate considerable activity at the Corn Exchange Building, with an abundance of high-caliber tenants vying for space.”