2211 East Clay Street / 2209 Jefferson Avenue
Would make a great little corner pub.
It once was a pub! Nebbs Inn in the 1950/60’s according to a friend who grew up here back in the day.
So I am not so sure this is truly for sale. I have called/emailed at least four separate times offering to buy this space, so this eyesore would get fixed. Not one phone call/email has been returned. Now this sign? Called this number, no answer or return phone call. Very odd.
Someone could fit like six micro apartments in here…
Isn’t this property owned by the Harrington’s? Last I heard, he was in South Carolina. A professional gambler or something. So at least the area code is consistent with that.
From the city’s parcel mapper the owner is: 2108 LLC
mailing address: 5 paige court, Charleston, SC 29403
Personally, I think that is waaay to much to pay for that banner.
The building is only about 900 sq ft and is completely dilapidated. It is a strong windstorm shy of toppling over.
The zoning won’t allow outside seating in the lot next to it either. It was last used as a laundromat in the 80’s/90’s.
The city has been tracking it due to neglect for years.
Asking price is way too high.
It’s assessed at 56k and needs to be torn down and rebuilt.
I’ve spoken to the owner. She won’t budge from 49k.
They’re obviously banking on the fact that church hill has been popping recently. This isn’t 2006, put a realistic price on it.
Got a response and looked inside what’s left of this building today. Really sad, but I am afraid this is a tear down and rebuild scenario.
the same guy that owns Alamo BBQ spot owns this eyesore. I talked to him about bying it three years ago and he wanted $65,000 and did not want me to see it except between 12 noon and 1 pm. I could not meet that stringent time frame.
Had an opportunity to see the inside of this building yesterday afternoon. Demolition is absolutely necessary. Judging from my interactions with the owner, I don’t see this property selling for less than the asking price of $49k.
@JD – when you say demo is necessary do you mean total demo of the building or just normal demo in the course of renovation? After seeing Tom O’Kelly renovate a building with only three walls over near Carrington, I find it hard to believe this building isn’t salvagable as part of a tax credit project.
I suppose it is possible to preserve some of the facade. Not sure if it would be worth the hassle. I would demo the building in its entirety and reuse some of the architectural treatments.
@13 – is it old enough to qualify for a tax credit?
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