Welcome to 100 Washington, a truly iconic and historically significant commercial building in the heart of Grand Haven. Built in 1872 during the bustling shipping and rail port era, this magnificent property offers a wealth of possibilities for the discerning investor. The main level of the building features a vibrant bar/restaurant that includes two bar licenses and provides beer, wine, liquor, food, patio and take-out Liquor/Wine. With 11 apartment units situated on the upper two levels, this mixed-use space offers an additional avenue for generating steady cash flow. The prime location near the shores of Lake Michigan and downtown Grand Haven ensures a consistent flow of tourists and residents seeking an exceptional experience.Imagine the possibilities of a breathtaking rooftop bar/restaurant that showcases unparalleled scenic views of the Grand River, Lake Michigan, and the spectacular sights of fireworks and festivals. Such a sought-after feature would undoubtedly draw patrons seeking memorable experiences and unforgettable vistas. The property previously held a brewing license, presenting an exciting opportunity for brewing enthusiasts.
Steeped in history, 100 Washington has played host to esteemed organizations such as the Elks, Eagles, and Moose Lodge, each with their own notable contributions to the building's lore. Legend has it that during the prohibition era, the infamous Al Capone tunnels were rumored to be used within these hallowed walls.
Consider the immense potential of transforming this historical gem into a boutique hotel that captures the essence of Grand Haven's rich heritage. Alternatively, national chains or local breweries could seize the opportunity to occupy the expansive retail space and capitalize on the property's proven track record of successful sales within the bar/restaurant industry.
This property represents a rare opportunity to acquire a commercial property with a captivating history, unmatched location, and abundant potential.
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