The historic Seneca Falls Machine Company property along 5&20 has a new owner.
The Finger Lakes Times reports that an Auburn man purchased the sprawling two-story building at 314 Fall Street for $185,000.
Broker David Young sold the property to Steve Tardibone.
“I have a rich history with this building as I have, at one time, occupied office space there myself. My company marketed it for nearly 14 years,” Young told the Times. “The unique specialized nature of the building along with it being a previous heavy manufacturing site made it a challenging property to sell.”
The property was shown around 100 times before a sale actually took place. It was finalized on September 4th.
The space is expected to be used for storage and leasing in the future.
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