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Unique opportunity to purchase an original and remarkable cast iron VACANT building in the heart TriBeCa.
This 1,868 building was commissioned by John F. Delaplainey for dry goods merchants Heine, Huber & Company and has a long history as a manufacturing plant for many companies since. 34 Walker - 309 Church Street is the last remaining manufacturing plant left in TriBeCa. The L-shaped building with two separate entrances is a rare gem in New York City. The current owners have owned the building since 1,915 and have operated the Boltex family business here for three generations.
The building features:
Two separate entrances on both Church and Walker Street
Five floors with high ceilings
Open floor plans of approximately 2,500 sq ft
Air rights FAR 5.0
Amazing Open Views
Most significant about 34 Walker / 309 Church street is that it will be delivered vacant at closing.
TriBeCa is not only the most expensive zip code in Manhattan but also one of New York City's most desirable neighborhoods for the arts, business, and residential life primarily because of the hip look of the old industrial buildings. Many of which have now turned into residential loft spaces or art galleries. TriBeCa's cobblestone streets are alive with trendy boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants plus, the Tribeca Film Festival takes place here every spring.