To the person who doesn’t scare easily, this building offers a clean slate…and amazing limestone walls! The building sits in the heart of the downtown district and is roughly 1,500 s.f. with another 1,500 s.f. of exterior space towards the alley. The building would be perfect for a retail store or office space.
After sitting vacant for many years, the Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation (LCEDF) purchased the downtown property through a county tax foreclosure sale. The LCEDF’s goal has been to stabilize the building to a point a new owner can see beyond the problems to focus on the possibilities. The roof and several damaged trusses were replaced in 2021. Several architecture students created renderings to visualize the building after renovations.
The LCEDF’s goal is to see a business in the building that contributes to the overall downtown district and our county’s local economy. The LCEDF requests any potential buyer include details of their proposed business with a purchase offer to the LCEDF.
The LCEDF provides assistance to business and commercial property owners by connecting them with financial and technical resources on a local, state, or federal level. A renovation project like this will require a special person, sweat equity, creative thinking, and hard work, but the LCEDF is willing to be there every step of the way.
Address: 127 W Lincoln Avenue, Lincoln, KS
Asking Price: $30,000