This fantastic historic firehouse is a one of a kind space. Recently renovated after 20+ years of neglect and abandonment, the first floor is over 3,000 sq. feet of character. The building’s most prominent features are the large store front windows allowing light to flow through the entire space. The doors where the firetrucks once traveled are still in tact and even show wear and tear from hurried fireman on their way out of the building.
The interior is impressive, showing off 14 foot ceilings, exposed brick, duct work and historic charm. The open floor plan makes the space perfect for just about any type of commercial use. Inside the well finished space you will find dedicated offices, a well designed reception and waiting area, and a comfortable sized kitchenette.
The building has a strong advantage over many downtown sights due to the five parking spots located to the north side of the property and its easy access to downtown amenities and major highways.
This building would be a lovely place for a coffee shop. Although the footprint is probably larger than the average coffee shop would require, I can imagine sprawling out with a nice cup of coffee to read a book or chat with friends. The large bay doors could open in the summer months to allow the sweet coffee and baked goods smell to travel onto Montgomery Street inciting those out for a stroll to stop in. (still day dreaming….)
This property has been the happy home to Mr. James Prioletti of Ameriprise Financial for several years. Mr. Prioletti is now the proud owner of the former L’Adour Building which will be his new home in a few short months.
If you are interested in learning more about this amazing property please contact Bill Evertz at Pyramid Companies. Bill is an accomplished agent, representing many of downtown’s most prestigious properties and will quickly turn from agent to friend.
William P. Evertz
Pyramid Brokerage Company