Have you ever dreamt of owning a historic building in the West Bottoms? Did you hesitate because the timing was not right? Was the ideal too risky because the area was not developed enough for your investment to be successful? Well, you are in luck! The West Bottoms in finally seeing historic growth and the best is yet to come. Since 2018, approximately 40 buildings have been acquired for long term development. If you are looking for an opportunity to be a part of the West Bottoms growth, the 5 story, iron front building at 1428 St. Louis is an ideal investment with numerous development possibilities. This brick and timber building was built in 1886 and is one of the oldest structures in the West Bottoms. The buildings 36000 square footage features a full basement, brick wall, large wood beams, high ceilings, a large freight elevator, panoramic views from the roof, and two docks with outdoors space available. The large open floors provide endless possibilities: retail space, apartments, manufacturing facility, corporate headquarters, office space or event space. There are only a handful of potential buildings available, so do not miss out on this once in a life-time opportunity to have a stake in the future of the West Bottoms as it sees historic growth. Recent West Bottom's developments include: The Rock Island Bridge, The West Bottoms Flats, The Yards, Hyvee Arena, SomeraRoad's 15 year development plan and quiet zones for the trains. In addition, a new Riverfront District will include recreational access from the West Bottoms to the Kaw and Missouri Rivers with approximately 20 miles of walking/biking trails, all along a newly upgraded levee that will provide the West Bottoms its best protection from flooding in the 200+ year history. If you desire to own a property in the West Bottoms, 1428 St. Louis is a treasure to see. **PLEASE NOTE, OWNER FINANCING IS AVAILABLE**
Retail, 3+ Story
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Water/Sewer
Bar/Tavern/Lounge, Industrial, Manufacturing
- Ramps. Baths. Accessible Approach with Ramp, Accessible Bathroom, Accessible Entrance.
- Additional Interior Features
- Freight Elevator, Inside Storage, Living Quarters
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- On Street.
- Lot Dimensions
- 92' x 60'
- Additional Exterior/Lot Features
- Delivery Door(s), Display Window.
**Best route because of the railway crossings** 12th Street Bridge west becomes James Street in Kansas City, Kansas. Right (east) on Central. Central east becomes 9th Street at St. Line. 9th Street to Hickory. Hickory south to St. Louis. St Louis west to property. The building sits on the North East corner of St. Louis and Liberty. Second route, bottom of 12th Street bridge turn north at (Restaurant Depot), (11th Street) around to Hickory, Hickory north to St. Louis. Left (west) on St. Louis to address
Cash, Conventional, Other, Owner May Carry
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