The Bogardus Mansion, 75 Murray Street TriBeCa Manhattan, New York
Marcus & Millichap is pleased to offer 75 Murray Street, located between Greenwich Street and West Broadway in the Tribeca section of Manhattan, New York.
The Bogardus Mansion is named after its architect, James Bogardus, the inventor of Cast-Iron Architecture. This NYC landmark, built in 1858, is also on The National Register of Historic Places.
The subject property, 75 Murray Street, is a five-story mixed use elevator building that consists of ground floor retail plus legal lower level, three commercial units and one residential duplex penthouse. The property is built 25 feet by 93 feet on the first floor, 25 feet by 85 feet on the second through fifth floors plus penthouse with approximately 11,920 gross square feet. The property is zoned C6-2A (Block: 00132, Lot: 0006).
This property offers Investors, Developers and Owner Users the incredibly rare opportunity to acquire The Bogardus Mansion, a mixed-use elevator building in the TriBeCa Neighborhood of Manhattan, New York.
- The Bogardus Mansion | An NYC Individual Landmark | Member of the National Historic Registry
- TriBeCa Mixed Use Elevator Asset
- In Close Proximity to Subway Lines and Wall Street Buses
- End User Opportunity for Multiple Uses | Flagship, Restaurant, Corporate Headquarters, Gallery | Public Assembly Approval for 275 People
- Short Term Leases in Place | Excellent Repositioning Opportunity or Live plus Income Scenario
- 11,920 SF Above Grade with Legal Finished Cellar Previously Home to The 75 Club
- C6-2A, TMU Zoning | Very Large Floor Plates
- Located Steps from The Perelman Theater, the Oculus, WTC Memorial, Brookstone Place, City Hall, Seaport, Wall Street & Bowling Green