Specialty For Sale - Available Immediately

Redevelopment Opportunity - 22,332 SF Special Purpose

Highlights

  • Great redevelopment opportunity
  • Zoned C-1 suitable for a variety of uses
  • Walking distance to downtown
  • City bus transportation nearby
  • Minutes to major routes and highways

Overview

The property was formerly used as the Currier Museum’s Art Center. Built in 1951, this special-purpose property is 22,332 SF situated on ±0.936 acres. This three-story brick building is comprised of classrooms, art studios, offices, storage and multiple restrooms on each floor. There is elevator access. The second and third floors have small kitchens. The basement level offers additional rooms and storage. The back of the building features covered porches on each of the main floors. The building is heated by gas and is serviced by municipal water and sewer. There is on-site parking for approximately 15 cars. Zoned C-1 (Institutional), the property is suitable for a variety of uses including but not limited to schools, cultural facilities, residential single, larger multifamily dwellings, convalescent care, churches and commercial parking lots. In addition, there are some conditional uses such as restaurant, banking and healthcare.
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Location Description

The property is located on the corner of Pearl and Beech Streets, approximately three blocks from downtown Manchester’s Elm Street.

Sizes and Measurements

Total Space Available

22,332 sqft

Pricing Information

SALE PRICE

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Photos

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