Leasable Building Square Feet: 13,729sf 1st Floor – 4,529sf 2nd Floor – 4,562sf 3rd Floor – 4,638sf Basement Square Feet: 4,214sf Lot Square Feet: 5,000sf Gross Rent Multiplier: 11.68 Cap Rate: 5.2% Originally Built 1917 / Rebuilt 1994-1999 10 Gated Parking Spaces Zoning: C-45/S-4 National Register of Historic Places 1999 Designed by prominent architect Leonard Thomas (of Thomas Brothers Map fame) in 1917, this heavy brick and timber building is emblematic of early 20th century industrial buildings of that era. Thomas was at the forefront of mixing elements to beautify traditional utilitarian architecture with arched windows, patterned brick, & deep corbeled cornices. Used as The American Bag Company and Union Hide Co. from 1917 through the late 1980’s. The building consists of 3 stories(four separately metered units) with the second and third floors being single-tenant full floors - 3rd floor used as live/work. 3 of 4 units have tenants
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