Wildlife Blocks

 
 
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Built in stages between 1938 and 1950, this warehouse is a remarkable example of the no frills industrial architecture OF THE WAR ERA. It was a workhorse of steel fabrication for decades. It stood vacant at the turn of the century but was carefully updated from 2009 - 2011. The Bison Building is now home to a graduate level art program, AN ANIMATION PRODUCTION STUDIO, a culinary event space and more.

 

 

51,500

tOTAL sq ft

 

6

spaces

 

3,093

Glass panes in original steel sash windows

 

8”

Thick poured-in-place concrete walls (with lumber form reliefs)

 

64

Old-growth lumber columns

 

3

5-TON BRIDGE CRANES

 

 


space 1

7,200 sq ft

2 Bathrooms

1 Shower

25’ Bow truss ceiling

2 skylights

 

vacancy


SPACE 2

1,500 sq ft

2 Bathrooms

1 Vault

Commercial kitchen

10’ Ceiling

 

TENANT:

 

SPACE 3

2,100 sq ft

1 Bathroom

3 Skylights

Upper floor

16’ Ceiling

 

TENANT:

 

SPACE 4

13,700 sq ft

2 Bathrooms

2 Mezzanines

1 Bay door

1 Bridge crane

30’ Bow truss ceiling

 

TENANT:


SPACE 5

13,500 sq ft

4 Bathrooms

1 Bridge crane

1 Coal-fired boiler

3 Bay doors

20’ Ceiling

 

TENANT:

 

 

Space 6

13,000 sq ft

3 Bathrooms

1 Bridge crane

2 JIB CRANES

1 Truck ramp

30’ Bow truss ceiling

 

vacancy