Harry Zikos of Nest Seekers International has been retained on an exclusive basis to represent 3 levels of commercial space available for lease at the landmarked Bogardus Building located at 75 Murray Street in TriBeCa, nestled on the north side of the block between West Broadway & Greenwich Street. The 25 foot wide cast-iron elevator building sits seconds from both Chambers Street 1,2,3, A & C train stations, in the C6-2A district, which is a commercial district outside the Central Business District. The building was built and designed by world renowned, James Bogardus in 1857 for the glassware manufacturing business of Francis & John Hopkins.
The main-ground level space, formerly occupied by Trinity Grace Church, invites you into a historic 19th century time capsule, greeted by double arch French doors and exposed brick in the lobby. The grandeur of the main level’s width and 14 foot ceilings is superimposed by the massive skylight that looks onto a courtyard. The ground and lower level have 600 amps of electrical service.
The lower level, formerly a caviar bar, preceded by a speak-easy jazz bar, is accessible by the elevator and boasts 11 foot ceilings. There is also a small kitchen area and large baths. The lower level also shares a generous and open floorplan which allows a wealth of use cases for numerous entity types.
The second level has 200 amps of electrical service and enjoys elevator access, 12 foot high ceilings, wide planked wood floors, exposed brick and renovated bathrooms. The signature of historic TriBeCa is illustrated by the openness of the space with southern exposure on from the original landmarked cast iron façade windows.
The neighborhood offers tremendous potential to organizations who need to be close to their clients, highly accessible private and public transportation hubs, vendors and booming demographics. Some neighboring attractions, institutions and AAA tenants include Whole Foods, Equinox, Goldman Sachs New York headquarters, Bed Bath & Beyond, Stuyvesant High School, 1 World Trade Center, Fulton Center, New York Stock Exchange, Deutsche Bank, Verizon corporate offices, Brooklyn Bridge, City Hall, Borough of Manhattan Community College, numerous art galleries, TD Bank, Capital One Bank, Bank of America, Chipotle, Le Pain Quotidien and countless more!
Total Space Available: Approximately 7125 SQ FT (3 Combined Levels)
Lower Level: Approximately 2375 SQ FT
Main Level: Approximately 2375 SQ FT
Second Level: Approximately 2375 SQ FT
Asking price disclosed upon request. Landlord will consider all use types and leasing each space separately.
Contact Harry Zikos for more information and for a private showing of this rare historical commercial lease opportunity. Showings done by appointment only.