Property Listing Description

For Lease
Newburgh302 North Water Street
$ 6 per square foot
  • Hudson River Views
  • Hudson River Views
  • Hudson River Views
  • Hudson River Views Newburgh, NY
  • Hudson River Views Newburgh, NY
Historic Manufacturing Building with Hudson River Views 302 North Water Street Newburgh, Newburgh New York 12550

Historic Manufacturing Building with Hudson River Views

The Regal Bag Building is located on the west shore of the Hudson River, and it sits squarely on the Hudson River. It it has commanding views both north, to the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge,  and south towards Bannerman’s Island.

The light provided by these east-facing views is spectacular, and with over 100,000 sq. ft., it is considered the crown jewel of warehouse buildings in Newburgh, N.Y.

There are studio spaces for artists, fully wired, as well as much larger spaces.

The property is made up of 5 floors. It has:

  • a full sprinkler system
  • 2 elevators
  • conveyor built system between floors
  • 7 loading docks

The property features a secure, fenced-in yard,  and it is within walking distance to the Newburgh Waterfront’s popular restaurant row. Ceiling height is 14’. All utilities are at the building.

The building is situated within a transportation hub with easy access to mass transit (including rail, bus, trucking depots and Stewart International Airport) and major highways.

It is just one mile to the Beacon Ferry, 10 minutes to Metro North, and only 2 miles to Route 84 and easy access to the NYS Thruway.

There are shops, restaurants and art galleries located in the Historic District, bounded notably by Liberty Street and Washington’s headquarters, within  one mile of the Regal Bag building.

This  historic brick warehouse building property at 302 North Water Street Newburgh, NY, was built in the 1830’s to manufacture cotton cloth.

When the railroads were originally built, the shipping industry which had been prominent in Newburgh (whaling, farm goods and lumber were shipped here) fell into a depression. . “One innovative technological feature that was incorporated into the mill’s riverfront side was the inclusion of a channel — almost a mini canal — under the ground floor. It allowed the river’s rising tide to flow through it while never flooding the lower level.” Ultimately, cotton mills moved to the south, outsourced, ironically, to be closer to the source of cotton and to cheaper labor.

 

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Property Features
  • Loading Docks
  • 3 Phase Electric
  • Existing Office Space
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