Retail Property For Sale
237-239 N Canal St, Canal Fulton, OH 44614
Building Size: 21,120 SF
Property Type: Retail
Property Sub-type: Retail (Other)
Property Use Type: Vacant/Owner-User
Commission Split: 6%
No. Stories: 3
Year Built: 1906
Lot Size: 8,276 SF
APN / Parcel ID: 9502062
Last Verified: 8/15/2017
Listing ID: 20423131
A beautiful and versatile brick building built in 1906 featuring the old world charm of exposed brick, wood floors and tin ceilings. Zoned B-1 where the first floor and lower level having an A-1 use group (Assembly) allowing for greater use flexibility. First floor and the lower level ideal for retail, restaurant/bar,entertainment, micro-brewery, etc. whereas the second floor as office and third floor currently used for storage. Conditionally permitted uses allow for a hotel and Bed & Breakfast Inns creating a hospitality opportunity. Conditional Permitted use allowing for apartments above business previously approved allowing for seller to live in the building as their primary residence building for the past 10 years where they have used the building for a variety of entertainment and charitable events. Additional information and photos can be found at our website, http://www.warehouseonthecanal.com.
Located in the downtown historic district of Canal Fulton a small and charming community where the backyard is the historic Ohio & Erie Canal and the County Park System. This site represents the only known commercial development site along the entire 110 mile canal corridor with "Direct" access to the canal. The canal corridor has earned a reputation as an economic development catalyst drawing over 2.5 million people spending $408 million as it is an Outdoor Recreation Industry paradise. A hotel development would be the only one with access to the canal between the cities of Akron and New Philadelphia a distance of almost 50 miles and for those connected to the $887 billion Outdoor Recreation Industry you are located right in the heart of it all. The City of Canal Fulton crime rate statistically is substantially less than the national average. This site has that sought after "small town" feel with accessibility to major freeways. This section of the entire canal corridor is known as the Stark County Canal Corridor where it is known for developing an identity for an Outdoor Recreation Paradise, Eco and Wildlife Tourism, Heritage and Cultural Tourism and 1 of 4 operating canal boats.
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