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This commercial building (approx. 800 square feet both floors) would be an ideal location for a distillery, workshop or farmstand. It's situated in a country setting and a popular tourist destination in the Mid-Hudson Valley Region. This property is on the heavily traveled Route 9W and conveniently located 90 minutes North of New York City, 15 minutes North of New Paltz, NY and 15 minutes South of Rhinebeck, NY. It includes parking for 10 cars and 250 feet of road frontage. This building has been completely renovated with the installation of a new metal roof, electric service (with over 20 outlets and indoor/outdoor lighting) and energy efficient windows and doors. This property is priced to lease quickly at $500 per month plus utilities.

See photographs at the following web site:

http://hudsonvalley.craigslist.org/off/2373612960.html


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I can't help myself... What makes this "Ideal" for a distillery?


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I have the same question, what makes you think this tiny building would make a good distillery? 2,000 sq ft is about as small as you would want to go with a distillery.

What town is it?


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I have the same question, what makes you think this tiny building would make a good distillery? 2,000 sq ft is about as small as you would want to go with a distillery.

What town is it?


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Good afternoon Travis, because I made the first comment I should be polite enough to respond. Although I am looking to relocate, you are a bit out of my search area. But that written, I can only assume the building is as it is represented. To meet Local Code is extremely important, of course. But, a quick visit to a distillery in your area may be in order. A distillery demands much water, much energy, sanitation, secure storage, etc. Heat and Height are issues. This building is not 800 ftsq, it is 2 x 400 ftsq. Big Diff. I'm sure there will be responses to say one could be "shoe-horned" in that space, but the expense and compliance requirements of running a distillery would prohibit the effort. I am not joking on this, but, how about an essence extractor? Or Perfumery as it were. There were several at a distilling workshop I attended years ago. I flipped a coin to decide which I myself would do.