Rent a piece of history. There is no place in the Northeast like Quarry View. From the minute you pass the gates you will be enchanted with the pre-historic feeling you get when you enter the property. With dinosaur prints, stone etching and springs bubbling from the walls Quarry View is a piece of history. The views looking south over the quarry and the Connecticut River are nothing short of amazing, but the real treasures can be found when you turn around and start exploring the brownstone walls. Quarry View sandstone was used across Connecticut and up and down the East Coast and as far away as San Francisco. Lease is for .4 acres at $10,000 per month. This site is the perfect place for a restaurant, banquet facility, distillery, brewery or anything you can imagine. About 1880, the quarry business reached its peak. Shaler and Hall Quarry Co. and the Brainerd Quarry employed about 1,500 men, and more than 25 ships were used to transport the stone to New York, Boston, Philadelphia and other cities throughout the country. The cliffs of brownstone have been quarried since 1665.