This 4,856 sq ft, 2 level commercial building in the Historic District of downtown Van Buren is loaded with character, functionally, and potential for a variety of permitted and conditional uses. Perhaps the most remarkable feature of this brick building is the Anheuser-Busch crest in the front parapet, dating back to the 1890s! Most recently a restaurant, it also has permitted uses including retail, pharmacy, clinic, hotel, office space, warehousing, and automotive. These are in addition to the many conditional uses that are available with Planning Commission approval. The first floor features a tile mosaic floor, pressed metal ceiling, a thirty-foot walnut bar with mirror, 4 commercial sinks, and sizable oven vent, while the second floor has eight rooms along with a separate entry point to the stairs. The building's two floors are divided clearly on the facade. An all-glass lower portion with cast-iron columns joined by a cast-iron beam supporting the brick second floor, and a canted corner entrance.
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|9/23/2021 2:36:38 PM||New Value: Pending|
|9/14/2021 4:18:13 PM||New Value: $310,000|
|7/12/2021 3:04:00 PM||New Value: $325,000|