125 Prince William Street, Saint John, New Brunswick
This iconic Saint John landmark with it’s massive front columns is known as the “Bank of New Brunswick” building. A portion of the building’s top floor is occupied by the previous owner Arc’f de Saint-Jean Inc. The ground floor on Water Street is home to Loyalist City Brewery. The main vacancies are the former AlleyGria restaurant space on the level below Prince William and the Prince William Street “bar” space which many Saint John residents still remember operated at one time as the nightclub “Pillars”. Ideal use for main floor space would be destination retail but it would also make an amazing spa or one-of-a-kind office space.
MAIN FLOOR: Up to 4,600 sq ft (with bonus mezzanine “cat walk”) – $22/sq ft Gross
LOWER LEVEL SPACE: Approx. 2,500+ sq ft – $14.00/sq ft Gross
Note: prime leaseable areas shown in blue, secondary areas in red and yellow
Main floor “Bar” Mezzanine level Former restaurant space
PHOTO GALLERY OF MAIN FLOOR “BAR” SPACE
Well located in the commercial district. This section of Prince William Street has undergone (2014) a complete restoration including street resurfacing, granite curbing, landscaping and decorative lighting. Close to shopping, hotels and cruise ship terminals. View of harbour from rear of building.