The John W. Allen Stable is one of the most historic and iconic buildings in Manhattan. Built in 1871 by Charles E. Hadden as a private stable for successful broker, Jonathan W. Allen, this remarkable building is available for the first time in years, and primed for a restaurant concept. Enter through original mahogany double doors to soaring 18 foot ceilings, exposed brick and exquisite original detail. The building’s exposed brick and wood beamed ceilings have been preserved over the years, offering the unique opportunity to create a restaurant concept around the stable’s remarkable architectural attributes. Totaling 4,200 square feet, the ground floor is completed by two staircases, access to a full basement, and the potential to add a wall of windows on the building’s eastern wall. Featuring beautiful arched windows and a skylight, the second-floor spans across 1600 square feet, has an existing bathroom and lends itself perfectly for a fine dining experience. There is also the potential for a roof deck opportunity. Bring your vision to this exquisite Landmark to repurpose one of New York’s most treasured buildings. Composed with a variety of architectural styles, the stable’s picturesque façade is created by a stunning slate-shingled mansard roof with bold pedimented dormers, contrasting limestone and brickwork, a bracketed iron cornice, mahogany paneled doors and topped with a marvelous iron cresting in a scroll design. Located between Lexington and Third Avenues, The John W. Allen Stable is the perfect location to recreate old-world charm and a fine-dining experience. Preliminary proposals have been submitted to the LPC and the lease term is 10-15 years. To learn more about this truly unique opportunity including current proposals, please inquire for a full set-up.