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MLS 909583, Pending
  • Sale: Commercial/Industrial
  • 0 Total Baths
The Group is proud to bring to market a unique opportunity to purchase an iconic nationally recognized bar/restaurant in vibrant Old Town Fort Collins. Positioned less than 1/2 block North of CSU, this commercially zoned property is located 6 block from Downtown, on the Maxline bus system, it backs to the Music District & is 1 block off of Fort Collins' Main Street - College Ave. This property, over the years, housed retail businesses. In 2011, it was upgraded to meet the demands of a high traffic bar/restaurant. Upgrades included all new high efficiency HVAC and refrigeration systems. It also included all new electrical, plumbing as well as structural reinforcements and a one of a kind low flow water storage/system. In 2013, a full kitchen was installed including a grease trap. A new commercial 100 gallon hot water heater was installed in 2019 and the entire roof was replaced in late 2019.

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Jason Billings

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Full Basement
Disabled Accessibility
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Refrigeration / HVAC


Wood / Frame
Brick / Brick Veneer

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Partially Fenced
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