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319-321 Main St

319-321 Main St Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

UNDER CONTRACT FOR SALE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Amount:
$995,000
Last Verified:
Sep 01, 2018


Description

Former Bull & Buddha Restaurant & Orient Nightclub, renovated in 2010. Features a ground floor restaurant, lower level prep & administrative area & an upper level nightclub, & also features an outdoor event space as well as the City of Poughkeepsie' s largest private parking lot (71 Spaces). Ground floor is a 5,700 SF restaurant with a 100+ seat dining room, 80+ person lounge, 10+ person sushi bar & a full service kitchen. The lower level features 2,500 SF including 3 walk-in coolers, 1 walk-in freezer, dry storage rooms, prep kitchen, 2 liquor storage rooms & 4 offices. Design Highlights: *All bars are made from white honey onyx imported from Nepal *The lounge features black granite floors * The main bar highlights a two-ton, 7-ft tall, century old wooden Buddha imported from Thailand * All furniture is custom-made * Stone-tiled bathrooms with onyx pass-through sink * 15-foot water wall * The dining room houses a 25-long graffiti mural created by the famed Chilean street artists Dasic Fernandez * Sidewalk Seating * Orient Nightclub, which occupies the 2nd floor is 5,700 SF nightclub & event space & features a $250,000 sound system and professional DJ booth.

City of Poughkeepsie Main Street

Building Size: 14000.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Map of 319-321 Main St, Poughkeepsie, NY, 12601

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