Galleries, showrooms, a museum and hedge funds are circling a distinctive Tribeca space which Tarter Stats O’Toole has just brought to market.
The 12,000 s/f space at 174 Hudson Street has been “meticulously renovated with attention to preserving its original detail,” said brokers Gregory Gang and Nora Stats, who are looking for the “quintessential tenant” to take over the unit.
The 8,000 s/f ground level has 150 ft. of wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows, restored original cast iron columns, maple floors and high ceilings. A visually dramatic staircase connects with a 4,000 s/f lower level. There are finished bathrooms with a shower and additional exposed brick office space.
“ 174 Hudson is located just a short walk from the 1, 2 A, C and E subway lines in historic Tribeca, which has transformed from a destination location to a mecca for the arts, film industry, boutique designer stores and trendy restaurants,” said the Tarter Stats O’Toole brokers.
“This special space epitomizes the essence of the historic neighborhood which has evolved into quality residential and commercial real estate.”
Asking rent for the space is $85 psf blended. Neighbors include 92YTRIBECA, the future home of the Jackie Robinson Museum, Havas Group and Citigroup .