The Janus Property Company is excited to announce the construction of the 200,000 rsf Malt House — the newest addition to the 1.1 million rsf master-planned Manhattanville Factory District taking shape between West 125th and 128th Streets adjacent to both Columbia University and City College. The Malt House is but the newest in what has been a steady flow of significant new additions to this striking West Harlem neighborhood.
We’re proud to be joining our world-renowned neighbors at Jerome Greene Science Center, Lenfest Center for the Arts, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York Structural Biology Center and CCNY Center for Innovation and Discovery. The Malt House offers a wide range of potential users 125,000 rsf of new construction Class A space on top of 75,000 rsf of completely renovated old brewery interiors that feature cast iron columns, brick vaulted ceilings and dramatic steel structure.
Modern Space DesigneD BY GLUCK+
“We’ve brought a state-of-the-art workplace for a 21st Century economy to what is clearly becoming one of the most substantial new neighborhoods of 21st Century New York City.”
— Tom Gluck / Principal, Gluck+
Modern Brewery DesigneD BY Bernheimer & Schwartz
“At the dawn of a new century, our high ceilings and large expanses of airy light will make the production of our golden nectar the envy of industry everywhere.”
— Max E. Bernheimer / President and Treasurer, Bernheimer & Schwartz Pilsner Brewing Company
Cast iron columns lend irreplaceable texture and scale. Lower level floorplates range from 6,000 rsf to 23,000 rsf and offer a work environment that will complement any tenant’s brand.
Floor-to-ceiling glass and efficient column grids on new upper floors provide tenants extremely flexible layout options. Upper level floorplates range from 9,500 rsf to 13,000 rsf, with several floors featuring private outdoor space.