Today, Saturday, September 24, the community is invited to an open house and tour of the building from 3 to 6 p.m. The press release announcing the open house follows:
It was only a year ago that we purchased this historic building and in that time we have renovated 18,000 square feet into contemporary commercial loft and office spaces. This project was conceived with input from the community and was successful thanks to Ferol Barton Blake, who shepherded us through the design process. 551 Warren Street was renovated using local craftsmen, contractors, engineers, plumbers, and electricians.
The work spaces at 551 Warren Street were designed with local small businesses, entrepreneurs, and agencies in mind. The building is multi-use and includes 7,000 square feet of gallery space, as well as private offices. Included in the rent for each space are utilities--heat, electricity, and high-speed wifi. Mid-Hudson Cable remains a long-term tenant and continues to use 551 Warren as the fiber optic hub of Hudson’s next generation internet. Mid-Hudson Cable’s presence will aid our tenants in receiving the fastest and most reliable internet service.
Our goal during the renovation of 551 Warren Street was to create spaces that were clean and modern, and yet in keeping with the architectural integrity of the building and the city of Hudson. The completed spaces have already begun to attract creators and innovators as tenants. Jennifer Kahrs of Walnut Hill, Exhibition Framing and Fine Art Services, has moved into the ground floor’s front gallery space; Alfons Sutter of Sutter Antiques has expanded his business into the ground floor’s back retail gallery with two Asian galleries; Krystal Heinz, Esq., is opening three offices on the third floor of the building; Paolo Vidali and Akemi Hiatt are opening offices on the fourth floor with Hidden Gears, A Digital Marketing Agency with Web Development and E-Commerce.For more information or to request a private showing, call (518) 291-8057 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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