Hudson Hils Cafe, 129-131 Main Street, Cold Spring, NY 10516
This local favorite and high-end bistro (seating: 51 indoors, 24 outdoors) offers a prime Main Street location in historic Cold Spring. Two apartments above the restaurant provide a reliable additional income. The 1920s building is 3,850sf+/- and sits on a 2,600sf corner lot. Grandfathered for Cold Spring’s parking requirements, this turnkey operation offers a loyal clientele, an excellent reputation, a formidable social media presence and reviews, and an opportunity to continue and leverage the work of renowned chef Bob Hayes in an upscale, Putnam County, riverfront community, a short walk from the busy MetroNorth station.
Steady population growth, high income demographics, reliable traffic and tourism dollars, as well as extensive demand drivers in the immediate area make this a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the right buyer.
Laid-back and artsy, historic Cold Spring inspires many day trippers and hikers. Charming antique stores and retail boutiques abound, while riverfront parks and mountain trails beckon nature lovers. Over 200 impeccably maintained 19th-century buildings on Main Street make up a National Historic District.
Demand drivers include the Cold Spring Waterfront Project, Breakneck Ridge and the Wilkinson Trail for hikers/climbers, Constitution Marsh Audubon Center & Sanctuary, Hudson Highlands Putnam County History Museum, Boscobel, the Garrison Art Center, Glynnwood Farms and countless others.