The Historic Tennessee Brewery is perched on the Mississippi Bluff with the trolley line at its front door. It has spectacular views, both North and South views of the Mississippi River and a compelling cityscape on the East. The lot size is .92 acres. The original building, varying from 1 to 6 stories, sits on approximately .52 acre and the remaining portion of the lot is vacant land on the North. The current owners have completed extensive work to stabilize the structural integrity of the building. Additionally, they have had several professional reports on the site including but not limited to a Phase 1 Environmental report, Structural Evaluation, Concrete Sampling and exterior masonry evaluation.
Renovated office warehouse. Approximately 50% of the space on the ground and second floor has been nicely renovated for office use with excellent flow. Copious parking. Rear access from Union Avenue.
Located between Poplar and Walnut Grove, this free standing building offers abundant parking, easy access to East Memphis and Midtown, and the ability to split the building into two separately metered bays. Listed at $279,000. For photos: http://nathanwberryphotography.zenfolio.com/p822510815
Built in 1903, this 4500 plus sf building is located in the heart of the Edge District and has arguably one of the most beautiful facades in Memphis. Great opportunity for live-work or service related business, close to the court house and medical overlay district.
|2256 Central Avenue
For Sale or Lease. In the heart of Mid Town, this high exposure building has great visibility and ample parking. Office, retail, salon use. 3000sf Sale price $225,000, Lease rate $12 psf.