, , 9000 squareFoot Commercial located at 302 S Cedar Street Kalkaska MI 49646 US #1835590
302 S Cedar Street , Kalkaska MI 49646 US
Now THIS is History! Is it your turn to take history into the future? If so, please consider the Cornell Building-boasting one of the most intriguing locations and past era period decor in downtown Kalkaska. Rebuilt in 1910 after the infamous fires of 1908, which took most of the downtown businesses ...
302 S Cedar Street Now THIS is History! Is it your turn to take history into the future? If so, please consider the Cornell Building-boasting one of the most intriguing locations and past era period decor in downtown Kalkaska. Rebuilt in 1910 after the infamous fires of 1908, which took most of the downtown businesses off the map for a while~The Historic Kalkaska Opera House Building features 2 full floors for a total area of 9000 sq ft, not including a full basement for tons more storage! The past history of this building is palpable. Once inside, you'll note the original tin ceilings, the hand milled woodwork, doors and upper level wood floors. After you ponder the past, you can start to appreciate the upgrades the seller has completed, including electrical-ready for passive solar panels,commercial kitchen equipment,new membrane roof (with warranty) and many other transformations with a concept in mind of a Market Square (see renderings with listing, blueprints included with sale) with Coffee shop, restaurant, outdoor beer garden deck and vendor piazza. Extremely high visibility location- the most visible building downtown- on this famous corner of Cornell Crossing. This building offers upper level potential for 5 spacious condo apartments-please see the attached drawings~absolutely on target with what the downtown area needs! Sprawling main level floor space has a kitchen area, high ceilings, lots of storage, 2 restrooms and large display windows. Seller is still working on some updates, call for details. This building tour will amaze you, and invigorate your imagination~ Exactly what happened 107 years ago when the community pushed forward to rebuild! How will you leave your mark on the history of Kalkaska? It could start here! Enjoy your private tour of The Cornell Building.