Historic Properties for Sale: Mixed Use Edition

Posted on: December 15th, 2010 by Alex Baca

We’ll be featuring listings from our Historic Properties for Sale site every Wednesday. It’s just like Preservation magazine’s well-loved homes section, but much more frequent.  This week, check out these properties that, located in mixed-use structures, are more than just housing.

This loft apartment was renovated in 2001 and "can boast the only survivor of original Coe Block on Columbia Street" in Bangor, Maine. The expansive, multi-story property sports a ground-floor studio, a second-floor rental office, and the residential loft on the third and fourth floors. All that space--and original woodworking--can be yours for $450,000. See the full listing here.

While this property in Mobile, Alabama isn't strictly mixed use, it's got the potential to serve as office, retail, or residential space--if not all three at once! The Kress Building, circa 1914, is two floors, 8,700 square feet, and lies in a 2-block radius that has seen around $500 million in investment over the past five years. It's also within the Lower Dauphin Street Historic District. Looks like it's the place to be. The Kress Building can be yours for...well, you'll have to contact the agent for that. See the full listing here.

Alex Baca, a senior at the University of Maryland, is an intern in the Online Communications department at the National Trust for Historic Preservation and also at the Washington City Paper.

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