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Commercial Properties

Historic Bank


Contact: Deanna Dal Pos
Available to:
10,100 sq. ft.
5183660920

Description:

This stunning historic bank building built in 1936 with many period features has been modernized for a variety of purposes. It has been painstakingly restored with new walls, electrical, plumbing, sprinklers, HVAC and bathrooms to meet stringent codes. This historic bank will make a beautiful and highly unique corporate office, event space, retail or restaurant.

The main floor of nearly 3,500 SF has original Terrazzo flooring, towering walls with lighted-arched accents and columns and three stories of vast wide open space to a back-lit glass ceiling. Two additional sunlight-filled floors of over 1,000 SF and another nearly 3,500 SF in the basement are accessible via staircase and restored elevator. The second floor with its balcony provides a birds-eye view of the main floor. The third floor with its cozy fireplace and private bathroom provides further meeting or office space. More square-footage is available with the addition of a catwalk over the main floor.

As a restaurant or events space, the 30-foot teller booth can be converted into a bar and original glass and brass tables previously used by bank customers will make unique bistro tables. Basement bank vaults could be an intimate speakeasy hideaway attraction. Access from the alley to a vast basement with large prep areas and a refrigeration room would make for a highly efficient kitchen setup.

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