Be a part of the city's legendary maritime history with The Tallman Building. Built in 1790, the Federal-style warehouse served an integral role in the whaling industry. This city landmark is situated in the New Bedford Historic District & Whaling National Park and is believed to be the oldest building on Centre Street. Overlooking the working waterfront, this mixed-use property features first and second floor office units and an impressive two-level loft style residence that has embraced the centuries-old remarkable character of the property's origin. The property was restored by Waterfront Historic Area League (WHALE) in 1967 and beautifully maintained since. Decorated by surrounding cobblestone roads, the property is centrally situated near the island ferries, downtown restaurants and galleries, and the soon to be completed MBTA Commuter Rail station. The timing could not be more ideal for the continued potential of this live/work urban dwelling and investment.