Unique office space is available for lease on the second floor of the Essex Arts Center located at 28 Essex Street on the west side. The 2,800 sq.ft. of space has been renovated but includes the original wood flooring, beams, and brick walls of the former ice house structure.
There are a number of artist studios in the complex, which provides both living and creating space for artists. The newly-available office space is a converted artist loft/residence.
“The Foundation is excited to add diversity to their tenant mix and an office user will add vibrancy to the complex,” says Maggie Hamilton, sales associate with CBRE who has the listing. “A live-work arrangement could be an option.”
“There are three dedicated parking spots for the space, which could also work as a creative co-working space for several users,” adds Hamilton.
Income from the lease will help benefit the regional arts community. Founded in 1969 by Larry Griffis Jr., the Essex Arts Center is owned by the Ashford Hollow Foundation, which operates the Griffis Sculpture Park in the southern tier. The arts center provides arts and education programming for hundreds of Western New York school students each year. The facility is also home to Big Orbit Gallery as well as living and studio spaces for artists.
Get Connected: Maggie Hamilton, CBRE, 716.362.8713