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555 WARREN STREET
Hudson NY 12534 US

$1,650,000

Pending Listing ID 397687
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8,000 sqft
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Built in 1910
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Lot: 0.80 acre
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$1,650,000

Pending Listing ID 397687
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555 WARREN STREET The Five Double Five is a historically significant and architecturally iconic building on Warren St. Built as the Peoples' Department Store'' in 1903 it was constructed with 28 ft long horizontal steel beams, leaving the floors completely column free as uninterrupted grand retail spaces with exceptionally high ceilings. The center of the building is defined by a striking 12'x12' atrium with balustrade railings that gives the space an airy, light feeling reminiscent of a post industrial version of the Glyptoteket in Copenhagen. The notable all-glass facade of the building offers a bird's-eye view up and down Warren St. It's perfect for a modern day dept. store, a gallery, a restaurant or a combination of all. The 3rd floor could also easily be converted to a residential loft with grand views over the Hudson skyline to the Catskills. With nearly 8, 000 sf of space and many distinct architectural features, a great opportunity for an entrepreneur or investor.

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Property Features

  • Facts
  • Built in: 1910
  • Lot Size: 0.80 acre
  • Property Type: Commercial
  • Property Sub-type: Other
  • Features
  • Cooling System: Central A/C
  • Exterior Finish: Brick
  • Floor Covering: Wood
  • Parking Type: Off Street
  • Roof Type: Composition Shingle
  • Heating Fuels: Electric
  • Heating Systems: Hot Water

School Information

  • School
  • Martin Van Buren Elem.(Elementary)
  • Hudson HS(High)
  • Hudson Middle(Middle)
Listing Changed: 9/16/2021 6:49:22 PM GMT
Source Updated Date: 10/18/2021 6:30:03 AM GMT

Courtesy of: ANNABEL TAYLOR, SELECT SOTHEBYS INTNL REALTY SA

Listing Source - ListHub

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