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185 New Hackensack Rd

185 New Hackensack Rd Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

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Jun 16, 2018


3.4 acres acres with two buildings totaling approximately 12,700 square feet. Ample parking surrounds these two low maintenance buildings. Highway design zoning allows for a variety of uses. Building A is +/- 5,500 SF with a combination of office space, showroom space and clear span warehouse space. Building B is +/- 7,200 and is perfect for storage, manufacturing or other uses.

Building A offers up to three rentable sections in one building with firewalls and fire doors separating each section. The office section has a reception area with three offices totaling approximately 1,000 square feet. The second space is a sizable showroom/office with another approximately 1,000 square feet. The manufacturing section is a vast room with high ceiling that can accommodate a broad variety of uses. This area is approximately 3500 square feet. The building has 3 phase power available but is currently using 2- 200 amp service box with 2 meters. It' s heated by a large oil fired boiler with baseboard and 2 propane hot air units.

Building B is 60' x 120' clear span with 16 foot ceilings and lighting overhead. It' s perfect for storage, manufacturing or other uses.

East of Route 9 in the town of Wappingers Falls. Approximately 10,000 vehicles per day. 1.5 miles from Route 9 and 7 miles north of I-84 and Taconic State Parkway.

Building Size: 12700.0sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 3.4 acres

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