Greenus Building

500 E. Pike Street

1937

The Greenus Building was constructed in 1917 by builder E.J. Hoburg and architect Frank H. Perkins. The original owner of the building was Albert E. Greenus, the son of English immigrants born in 1858 in New York. From 1917 until 1954, the show room housed many different auto dealers – KisselKar, Ford, Nash, DeSoto-Plymouth, and Cadillac.

Foster-Hochberg Manufacturing Company

June 6, 1956

From 1956 to 1970, the Greenus Building housed the Foster-Hochberg Manufacturing Company, a women’s clothing manufacturer.

Foster-Hochberg Manufacturing Company

June 6, 1956

From 1956 to 1970, the Greenus Building housed the Foster-Hochberg Manufacturing Company, a women’s clothing manufacturer.

Pre-restoration

January 13, 2013

The Brocklind’s Costume store – the building’s primary tenant – operated until 2013, when Hunters Capital purchased the Greenus Building.

Pre-restoration

January 13, 2013

The Brocklind’s Costume store – the building’s primary tenant – operated until 2013, when Hunters Capital purchased the Greenus Building.

Restoration

Spring 2013

Hunters Capital began the building’s renovation in the Spring of 2013, with the aim to restore its historic elements. This included removing paint from the brick exterior, sandblasting and refurbishing original hardwood floors, and creating uniquely shaped retail spaces geared toward local retailers.

Restoration

Spring 2013

Hunters Capital began the building’s renovation in the Spring of 2013, with the aim to restore its historic elements. This included removing paint from the brick exterior, sandblasting and refurbishing original hardwood floors, and creating uniquely shaped retail spaces geared toward local retailers.

Greenus Building

2014

Today’s 13,500 SF of retail include: Great Jones Home, Sharply, 8 Limbs Yoga, Urban Fit, and Trove, a Korean restaurant owned by James Beard Award nominees, Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi. The building has 10,400 SF of Class A offices space, featuring anchor tenant Add3, a digital marketing agency.

Greenus Building

2014

Today’s 13,500 SF of retail include: Great Jones Home, Sharply, 8 Limbs Yoga, Urban Fit, and Trove, a Korean restaurant owned by James Beard Award nominees, Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi. The building has 10,400 SF of Class A offices space, featuring anchor tenant Add3, a digital marketing agency.