Across the street from and overlooking the Appalachain Power Ballpark ($23,000,000 project) and near the Brooks Street interstate on-ramp, this building offers easy access to and from Interstates 64/77/79, is convenient to Charleston's government centers and primary business districts and is within walking distance to the Capitol (Farmer's) Market, the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences ($80,000,000 project) and CAMC General Hospital.
The historic building was formerly the home of the Charleston Milling Company, the makers of Charmco 44 Flour around the turn of the century. It is located in Charleston's historic East End and provides five (5) floors and a basement for lease after renovation.
Improvements to date include:
New thermo pane windows throughout the building Installed over 2,000 sheets of 4’ x 8’ x 3/4” tongue and groove heavy duty AdvanTech on wood floors. Installed 110 volt electric power for construction purposes on every floor throughout the building. Overhauled the freight elevator. Overhauled sprinkler/pumping system which covers whole building. Removed old wiring and plumbing items no longer used. Construction lights on every floor ready to renovate. Painted perimeter walls of building. 38 parking spaces available plus 10 spaces in front, totaling 48 spaces. Vertical and horizontal columns are fully reinforced for use of any future office space. New downspouts were installed on north side of the building. 24’ access easement across the city parking lot connecting to Smith Street. Storm drains for the parking lot are in place when paved. - Parking description: A surface parking lot can be added to the existing land which should add approximately 38 parking spaces along with the existing 10 parking spaces in the front totalling 48 parking spaces. There is also a city-metered parking lot adjacent to the building. - Area description: The neighborhood for the subject property is considered to be the East End of Charleston, West Virginia. The boundaries for the neighborhood are I-64 to the north, Route 60, East/Daniel Boone Park to the east, the Kanawha River to the south and the Elk River to the west. The neighborhood boundaries for the East End encompass a large area and have a lot of residential use with commercial, retail and office uses on the main arteries through the neighborhood. All utilities are available in the neighborhood. The immediate area of the subject property is generally residential with a mix of commercial businesses. The area is located between the State Capitol complex and the “downtown” area of Charleston, which makes it an attractive area for professional offices. The neighborhood shows some signs of revitalization, especially where the interstate exit ramps make accessibility easy. - Number of buildings: 1 - Class of space: Class C
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