The Orange County Choppers headquarters in Newburgh was sold at auction on Wednesday, according to

Paul Teutel Sr., the owner of Orange County Choppers, says that although the building was sold by auction company Ten-X, the change of ownership has nothing to do with his motorcycle business or cafe, which is also located in the building. Teutel says the building is being leased by him and OCC is operating under a 10-year contract that allows them to remain as tenants of the space no matter who owns the property.

The building, located at 14 Crossroads Court in Newburgh was built in 2008 during the height of the Teutel family's reality TV series, "American Choppers." Teutel tells us that he is currently working on another series that will be airing on A&E titled "Orange County Choppers: American Made." That show was scheduled to debut in February, but was postponed due to production issues. There has been no announcement of a rescheduled premiere date.

You can hear more about the sale of Orange County Choppers' headquarters and the new upcoming reality show on A&E in our interview with Paul Sr.