The Gallery/ Artist/ Photographers Studio Space is Commercially zoned but can also be combined with a studio apartment on the ground floor giving you over 2000 sq ft of live/work space. Originally built in the late 1800's this former Synagogue (then a latin social club) was bought and renovated in the '80s by artists William Wegman, Jack Sal & photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Only a few doors away from the Peter Brant Foundation it was for over thirty years painting and photography Studio of artist Jack Sal & later for a few years gallery space for The Bruce High-Quality Foundation . It features a large open gallery/ studio with 1,700 sq feet measure ( with a full bathroom from the original Synagogue) and a large backroom onto a small fire escape patio. RENTABLE FROM DAY ONE No board approval is needed with this investor-friendly Tenants in Common building It now has had some partitions added that need to be removed to bring back to its original condition.

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Listed by Brian Goldfarb and Michael Bhagwandin of Compass

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