349 East 149th Street
- Located: Corner of East 149th Street and Courtlandt Avenue
- Built: 1927
- Renovations: Lighting - 2016
- Total Building Size: 89,000 SF
- Floors: 10, 1 below-grade
349 East 149th Street is a historic 10-story building constructed in 1927 by the architects Starrett & VanVleck. Called the Busher Building, the property boasts a mixture of retail space and professional offices. Surrounding the ground floor are tall arched storefronts that bring abundant natural light into retail and commercial spaces. When entering through the main entrance for the upper floors, tenants are greeted by an expansive lobby and brand new fast and efficient building elevators that service every floor. On the upper floors, office spaces offer three walls of windows bringing in plentiful natural light and magnificent cityscapes views. At 89,000 square feet, this building which was one of the Bronx's largest commercial structures through the mid-twentieth century and once housed the Bronx Board of Trade's headquarters. The building is situated in the bustling hub of the borough's Melrose neighborhood, the areas's retail, theater, and restaurant heart. With on-site parking and subway access to 2 and 5 trains just one block away, the Busher Building's location provides easy access for all.