Built right at the turn of the century, this structure was erected in 1900. The building includes 1 level below the street line and 5 stories above, with a total of approximately 20,000 square feet of rentable office space. The property is situated in New York's Greenwich Village at 116 Macdougal Street.
A central staircase leads to the ground-level commercial units and to the main entrance of 116 Macdougal Street. There is a separate staircase leading down to the basement unit. All of the separate doors allow businesses to retain some privacy from the other tenants.
Many of the spaces within the structure were recently updated, and this includes the bathrooms and the HVAC system. A liquor license is in place for 116 Macdougal Street, which is appealing for tenants hoping to open a restaurant, lounge or bar.
All of the upper floors of 116 Macdougal Street include operable windows and fire escapes. Security gates cover the entrances to the commercial units outside of business hours, and the upper floor entrance includes a very secure door. Mounted lights illuminate the exterior after dark.
The brick facade of 116 Macdougal Street is painted a clay color, while the storefronts feature colorful paint, and the window frames are darker in coloration. Exterior details include a floral carving above the main entrance and thick window ledges.
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