One of the very last great buildings left for sale in the heart of Kingston's historic Stockade District, doubly more desirable now that Kingston has become Brooklyn North and it may soon become like Hudson -- all bought up, with nothing left to buy. There are three floors of voluminous, loft-like space reminiscent of the old days in Soho with wide board floors, high ceilings, painted exposed brick and original details, just like artists used to own. A full city block wide, with an entrance on parallel streets, the building offers spaces that have remarkable flexibility and use, with a full dry basement that can serve a variety of purposes as well as storage. The first floor is now retail; the second and third are currently living spaces. Some of the hard-to-find architectural details -- terrazzo mosaic entry, curved plate-glass display windows, ironwork door pulls -- lend themselves to a spectacular buyer's renovation. The burgeoning, hip location, with prices skyrocketing in the last six months or so, cannot be bettered and the building with its unbeatable spaces is waiting for the next transformation.
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