Thursday, March 16, 2017

Former firehouse on 11th Street returns to the market for office use

There's 5,000-square-feet of office/showroom space in the former firehouse at 604 E. 11th St. between Avenue B and Avenue C that's currently for rent.

Here are details per the listing (where you can find interior shots too):

Architecturally stunning beautifully designed creative office space featuring high exposed ceilings, original wide plank pine wood floors, exposed brick, skylights, and private roof-deck. This office is two full 2500 square foot floors totaling 5000 square feet.

This classic loft / office / townhouse has a chic stylish modern installation including floor to ceiling glass conference rooms, pre-built offices, large windowed wet pantry, and lots of dramatic open space perfect for your company's bull-pen, show-room, or studio needs. Excellent space for any office, showroom, or studio.

This space is truly one of kind and spaces like this rarely hit the market so this space will not last long. Amazing office / showroom / studio opportunity for any Tech, Fashion, Advertising, Film / TV, Media or any business seeking a unique inspiring dynamic dramatic space for it's business.

The two floors here can be leased together or separately. The monthly rental for both floors is $$20,850.

The space is available starting next month. The current tenant is an integrated marketing communications and entertainment company.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Old firehouse on East 11th Street no longer really looks like an old firehouse


Anonymous said...

604 is currently home to

Anonymous said...

At those rental prices it certainly no fire sale.

Anonymous said...

GREAT space inside. Looks like a version of every ad/design agency I've gone through while living in this city.

Not a knock, just wondering why ALLDAYEVERYDAY is either closing up shop or giving it up. It's a primo office that would last for a long haul. Maybe long life creative companies aren't to be expected in this new era of ours. Should just convert it back into residencies.