|Catylist Listing ID:||30643373|
|Property Subtypes:||Free-Standing Building, Restaurant, Street Retail, Tavern/Bar/Nightclub, Other|
|Building Size (RSF):||5,424 SF|
|Gross Land Area:||0.15 Acres|
|Unit Price:||$109.70 PSF|
|Property Use Type:||Vacant/Owner-User|
|Building Name:||Evans Street Station|
|Sale Terms:||Cash to Seller|
Currently the popular Evans Street Station, the building also served as the city’s fire station prior to the owners purchasing the building from the city and converting to a restaurant 20 years ago. Can be purchased as a turn key restaurant or for other retail or commercial space use.
The building features beautifully renovated interior spaces, massive windows and a gas fieldstone fireplace. The main dining area features one year old custom made Amish furniture and the main and bar areas can accommodate 90 guests, with a private dining room seating up to 50, and outdoor patio welcoming 40 for a total of 180 seats. Additional outdoor seating may be permitted by city.
All furniture, fixtures and equipment (including Point of Sale) is included in the sale price. The cooler and walk in freezer have new compressors. Upstairs has large office and storage area with a washer and dryer. Equipment list available upon request.
Included is a class C liquor license with additional bar permit, SDM retail (to go beer and wine sales), and catering capabilities.
Ample municipal parking is adjacent to the building.
There’s a lot of history behind Tecumseh as it was one of the first three settlements in the state of Michigan. It’s also an absolutely wonderful place to raise a family, and you can get three times the house for the money than in markets such as Ann Arbor. Tecumseh is on the outskirts of the Irish Hills, which consist of over 50 beautiful lakes in the area.
For a small town, the food scene is remarkable here. Evans Street Station was one of first restaurants in the state of Michigan to showcase local ingredients in its scratch, exhibition kitchen. Across the street, Arlo at Tecumseh Bread and Pastry just became the seventh master baker in the United States and was recently named one of Food & Wine’s top 100 bakeries. Next door at the Boulevard Market, John and Erika are cheese makers, one of the few bean to bar chocolate producers in the country, and the very first producers to be licensed to ferment dry cured salami in Michigan. Tecumseh also has a fantastic brewery and many wineries in the immediate area with even more on the outskirts. It is a haven for day-trippers!
If you’re looking for a change of pace, this is the opportunity for you, and the price is right for a fully outfitted operation.
|Taxing Authority:||City of Tecumseh|
|Retail Clientele:||General, Family, Business, Traveler, Recreation|
|Property Located Between:||E. Chicago Blvd and Pottawatamie Street|
|Largest Nearby Street:||E. Chicago Blvd|
|Highway Access:||US-23 at Dundee or M-52|
|Airports:||DTW, Ann Arbor, Jackson|
|Area Description:||The city of Tecumseh is centrally located in Lenawee County and offers the charm of a small city while still being within easy driving distance to larger metropolitan areas. Tecumseh boasts a unique quality of life with an award-winning thriving downtown district, active arts community, and 350 acres of park and trail space. Tecumseh’s central location provides access to many labor markets with the ability to draw from our own county as well as larger neighboring cities like Toledo, Ann Arbor, Metro Detroit and even Indiana, making this location ideal for businesses of all sizes. Tecumseh, Michigan is a vibrant community, situated 25 miles southwest of Ann Arbor, Michigan and 45 miles northwest of Toledo, Ohio. Nestled into the rolling landscape of Lenawee County, the city’s location provides easy access to major highways and international airports. Tecumseh is home to over 8,700 residents and 275 innovative businesses that need to stay connected through various forms of broadband including cable and fiber optic throughout the community. Tecumseh is a celebration of the entrepreneur. Tucked inside historic downtown buildings you’ll find an interesting mix of more than 110 specialty shops, professional services, boutiques and dining options. Whether you’re looking for custom designed jewelry, a special teapot from Europe, an outfit for a night out on the town, or the best cinnamon rolls in Lenawee County, you’ll find it in Downtown Tecumseh. Shop owners take pride in offering customers goods imported from around the globe. A diverse selection of restaurants are highlighted by a gourmet food niche featuring locally produced wines and beers, a micro-creamery and a restaurant that has earned "Destination dining" status. The Tecumseh Center for the Arts, Cabela’s, Michigan International Speedway and Michigan State University’s Hidden Lake Gardens all provide inviting recreational opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy. Excellent educational facilities are provided through the Tecumseh Public Schools and the Lenawee Intermediate School District (LISD). The LISD and Tecumseh’s Southern Michigan Center for Science and Industry can tailor industry-specific programs to focus on the needs of area businesses. The area’s access to major universities, including the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, Siena Heights University and Adrian College, have long provided the backdrop for innovation and talent in the Tecumseh area. This expert workforce is backed by a strong commitment to education and workforce development from South Central Michigan Works and the State of Michigan. Tecumseh also offers a wide range of housing options. Charming bungalows, nationally registered historic homes, modern single family neighborhoods, or a wonderful selection of apartments, condominiums and downtown lofts. Successful businesses locate in areas like Tecumseh where talented workers want to live. Come see for yourself why global manufacturers such as Kirchhoff Automotive, Glycon, Wacker Chemical, Comstar Automotive and Uniloy Milacron call the Tecumseh area home.|
|Total Number of Buildings:||1|
|Number of Stories:||2|
|Total Parking Spaces:||150|
|Parking Description:||Large Municipal parking lot adjacent the property|
|Heat Type:||Natural Gas|
|Air Conditioning:||Engineered System|
|Zoning Description:||ARTICLE VI. - B-2 DOWNTOWN DISTRICT The purpose of the B-2 district is to create clear and simple regulations on the design of new development or redevelopment in the traditional downtown district of the city. The regulations of this article require development to have a physical form that complements the historic nature of existing development in the downtown area. Specifically, these regulations encourage a pedestrian friendly and walkable character, permit a mixture of land uses; encourage streets that serve the needs of pedestrians, bicycles, and motorized vehicle traffic equitably; encourage places for informal social activity and recreation in the downtown area; and encourage building frontages that define the public space of streets. With proper physical form, a building can accommodate a wide range of uses without generating undue impact on neighboring properties or the downtown as a whole. It is further the purpose of the B-2 district to: (a)Create a core downtown area that maintains the traditional physical form of a historic small city downtown.(b)Create a unique, historic, walkable mixed-use district including residential, retail, entertainment, office, and other compatible uses.(c)Promote the orderly development, redevelopment, and continued maintenance of Tecumseh's central business district.(d)Encourage shared parking areas throughout the downtown area rather than requiring each individual property owner to provide physical parking space on their property.(e)Create quantitative and qualitative building design guidelines that ensure new development is compatible with the historic character existent in downtown.(f)Ensure buildings create a solid street wall that helps to define streets as public spaces.(g)Ensure that permitted uses complement each other in terms of character and location, and to ensure that uses in the B-2 district do not have an adverse impact on the overall economic and social vitality of the downtown area, street capacity, public utilities or services, or the overall image and function of the district.(h)Prevent automobile-oriented development from eroding or destroying the character of the downtown area.(i)Encourage harmonious residential infill and adaptive reuse of noteworthy buildings to provide a mix of housing types, unit sizes, and compatible uses within walking distance of Tecumseh's historic downtown area.(j)Encourage accessible housing options in the downtown area. (Ord. of 5-18-2009, § 6.101; Ord. No. 02-19, 3-18-2019) Permitted Uses: 1. Municipal and Government Buildings and Uses 2. Private Clubs and Lodge Halls 3. Public Institutions 4. Public Parks and Recreation Facilities 5. Bakeries and Confectionaries 6. Bank/Credit Union 7. Gallery (art, photography, etc.) 8. Hotel or Motel 9. Health or Exercise Club 10. Micro-Brewery/Winery 11. Personal Service Establishment 12. Restaurant – (Sit down, sidewalk café, outdoor patio) 13. Retail Sales 14. Studio (dance, martial arts, music, etc.) 15. Theatre, live performance, movies 16. Vehicle sales/rental 17. Veterinary Services 18. Trades Showroom|
|Legal Description:||THAT PART DESC AS THAT PART OF LOTS 163, 164, 165, 166, 171, & 172 DESC AS BEG 23.52 FT N 0° 26' 0" W FROM SW COR SD LOT 172 TH N 0° 26' 0" W 65.66 FT TH N 89° 52' 10" E 104.9 FT TH S 0° 26' 0" E 65.66 FT TH S 89° 52' 17" 104.9 FT TO POB CONT 0.16 ACRES ASSESS PLAT #2 CITY OF TECUMSEH|
|Proximity:||1 mile||3 miles||5 miles|
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