Opportunity Knocks: For Lease – Black Rock Freight House

Back in 2018, work began on converting a historic freight house at 68 Tonawanda Street in Black Rock into a $6.5 million mixed-use project. Today, The Black Rock Freight House consists of 35 apartments and 3,000 sq.ft. of commercial space. The commercial space, originally built out for Hatchets & Hops is now available for $4,500 a month, and is being listed by Cait Coder at Schneider Real Estate Services.

The listing for the 3044 square foot space is ideal canvas for a brewery, restaurant, or creative office, according to the listing. For anyone that has been looking for a footprint that retains the original raw brick character of a circa 1901 New York Central rail station along Buffalo’s historic Belt Line, this is a real opportunity, especially when considering that the location is a connecting point between Amherst Street and Niagara Street.

The former Hatchet & Hops space has industrial feel with historic charm, and features the following resources and amenities:

High ceilings

Polished concrete floors

Oversized windows

Exposed brick

A row of “hatchet throwing cages” that could be repurposed, modified, or removed

Two ADA-compliant restrooms

A small kitchen area

An additional storage room located off the bar

Climate control is ensured with a 4-year-old rooftop unit (RTU)

Designated parking for 11 cars

Get connected: Cait Coder at Schneider Real Estate Services (716-548-0267)

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