A near century-old warehouse and garage is now a renovated loft, and it's on the market in Tampa's Old Seminole Heights neighborhood.
Located at 103 E Genesee St., just off of Florida Ave., the building was originally built in 1928, and has been used as an industrial space over the years. But, as you can see, the building has now received the "Seminole Heights treatment."
The 2,200-square-foot space is owned by Vertical Equity Group, which has been involved in a number of other Seminole Heights properties, including various multi-unit apartments, as well as the Powhatan Plaza on Nebraska Ave. and the nearby XTreme Tacos building.
The building is zoned commercial-intensive (CI) and comes with a two-bedroom, three-bathroom loft on the top floor, which features an impressively massive rooftop deck. Downstairs, the building comes with multiple office spaces, and a large garage that can be used as a gallery or studio space.
The building is currently asking $789,000, and the listing agent is Edward Moore, Jr. of Future Home Realty Inc.
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