Mixed Use Opportunity to Live/Work or Invest on S. Broadway in historic Carondelet! Large 1st Fl Commercial Space that could easily be subdivided with a Corner Storefront and 3 Residential 2 Bed Apartments above. Plenty of parking in lot in rear. Great neighborhood within walking distance to several desirable amenities: Upgraded YMCA Rec-Plex; Grocery & Retail Stores; Carondelet park with lake, trails and playgrounds; Great Rivers Greenway trail system; locally-owned restaurants; and easy access to public transportation. This property underwent major renovations approx. 12 years ago with all major components updated (roof, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, kitchens, baths, etc.). Units easily stay rented due to their good condition, convenient amenities, and modern layouts. Operate your business here, live here, or just enjoy the financial benefits of a good investment. Either way this is a great opportunity to own a piece of history near the mighty Mississippi.
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