Building 125

42,779 estimated gross sq ft.
available for
Adaptive reuse
Construction Type

Three stories with full height attic. The building consists of steel columns, girders and trusses. Floors consist of cast-in-place concrete. The roof is slate.

Site plans available by request.

Historic Status

This structure contributes to the Governors Island Historic District. The second floor corridor is lined with WPA murals which are flagged for preservation.

About Soissons Landing

Soissons Landing District, on the northern shore of Governors Island, features a series of brick buildings of a variety of sizes, ages, and configurations with superb views of the Manhattan skyline. Soissons Landing, in the center of this district, will continue to be the arrival point for ferries from Manhattan. These buildings once functioned as offices, apartments, and support spaces, and could be easily converted for permissible residential, cultural, educational, and commercial uses. The landing consists of a series of public plazas with landscaping and orientation signage.

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