If so, then this Beacon brick building offers a host of possibilities, situated in the center of town just steps from the Fishkill Creek.
Built in the 1870s, the historic-district brick beauty features four levels, 9,850-square-foot, two (potential) gallery spaces, and a whole boat-load of possibilities for working, living, and investing in the bubbly city of Beacon, NY.
The ground floors offers a storefront with the opportunity to expand it to two storefronts, or even add onto it, according to the listing. Right now, it’s set up as a gallery space with wood floors, high ceilings, and gallery lighting.
Additionally, the property comes with a private residence, offices, storage, and room for a roof-top garden with the proper approvals. Reconfigure for more residences (up to seven apartments) and studios as you see fit.
Whatever you decide, you can’t beat the location. The lot is situated next door to Beacon’s Howland Cultural Center, a popular spot for the visual and performing arts, and it’s also just steps away from heavily-trafficked places like the Roundhouse, the Hudson Valley Brewery, vintage boutiques, pubs, parks, more galleries…nearly everything Beacon has to offer.
The Beacon Metro-North station and the Hudson Riverfront are about a mile away here, and NYC is about 90 minutes by car.
475 Main Street, Beacon is listed for $1,775,000.
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