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Historic Carpet Mills Commercial Space

OVER 400,000 SQUARE FEET OF UNIQUE FLEX SPACE FOR BUSINESSES, DISTRIBUTORS, ARTISTS, FILMING/TV PRODUCTION & LOCATION SHOOTING IN YONKERS, NY.

Flexible Space That Works For You

Versatile commercial rental space in the heart of the Carpet Mills Arts District (CMAD). Being entrepreneurs in the home furnishings & real estate industry, we support the endeavors of business owners, artists, filmmakers and other growing entities in our community.

Part of the National Register of Historic Places, our iconic properties came to life as the Alexander Smith Carpet Mills. In the 19th century it became one of the largest carpet manufacturers in the New York City Metropolitan area and United States.

We have transformed and converted the Weaving and Worsted buildings into unique commercial units for retail, office, warehouse, storage, distribution, event space, filming/tv studio production and shooting location facility use.

We Are In The Heart Of The NYC Metropolitan Area

Conveniently located only 15 miles from Midtown Manhattan and only minutes from the Bronx, Queens, northern New Jersey and southern Connecticut.

We are easily accessible to major highways including: Major Deegan (I-87), Henry Hudson Parkway, Saw Mill River Parkway, Bronx River Parkway, Sprain Brook Parkway, Hutchinson River Parkway and the Cross County Parkway.

Need mass transit? Yonkers is located within the MTA region, offering Metro-North Railroad and Westchester Bee-Line bus service anywhere within the New York City Metropolitan area.

Testimonials

“When we outgrew our original studio/warehouse space, we looked throughout Manhattan and Westchester and decided on our current space at 500 Nepperhan Ave. because it offered us the most “bang for our buck” — a beautiful space at a reasonable price, a sense of security, and a convenient location (an easy 20 minute drive from our Upper Westside apartment. The 2nd floor office space is beautifully decorated and kept immaculately clean — reflecting the warmth and generosity of the entire Rose family.”


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