Commercial property ready for your business. The building contains 7,500 square feet of space under roof divided into four levels – a basement, the main floor, the mezzanine, and a full second floor. This is a historic building, 136 years old and located in the historic district AND in the entertainment district of downtown Texarkana, Arkansas. On the second floor, the owners installed an “old town” exhibit that is non-structural. All of it can be removed without danger to the building. There is a full-service bar at the back of the second-floor that can accommodate about 45-50 people. There are two bathrooms in this building: one on the main floor that is “handicapped accessible,” and a two-piece behind the bar on the second floor. Originally, this building had two-piece bathrooms on every level at the rear/left location – these could be made functional again. Throughout the building are wall wraps of historic pictures and there is one very large train mural along the west wall of the street-level space – this mural was done by Dee Cody Gildon, as well. There are two small painted figures of “Tom and Jerry” – done by Betty Richardson -- the cat is above the entry door and the mouse is located at the rear/left of the mezzanine. There is a huge amount of space in this building that would be great for a restaurant, an event center, wedding space rental, department store, etc.
|Listing Type||For Sale|
|Lot Size||0.07 acres|
Courtesy of Ashly King, NextHome Realty Advisors