Originally constructed as a factory building, the dual level retail and showroom arcade at 109 South 5th Street, known as The Artisan, provides retailers and companies hoping to rent office space with a fantastic location in New York's vibrant Williamsburg community.
The Vandeburg Architect designed Artisan arcade at 109 South 5th Street in New York provides tenants with 24-hour elevator access, on-site maintenance staff, a loading dock, wheel chair accessibility, CCTV and key fob security and ADA compliant retail and office space.
The Artisan arcade at 109 South 5th Street in New York is an iconic industrial heritage building in the heart of Williamsburg, just steps from the new Domino Sugar Factory conversion and surrounded by new construction projects.
Originally built in 1903 as the Gretch Guitar Factor #1, this property offers easy access to subway lines B, E and Q and subway line L at Marcy and Bedford Avenues. Local retailers include Brooklyn Industries, Capital One Bank, Freeman's Restaurant, Soma Gym and US Post Office. Williamsburg Bridge is just across from The Artisan Arcade.
The 6-story Artisan building at 109 South 5th Street in New York is a fantastic opportunity, offering creative companies an abundance of natural light.
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