Upper 4 floors & acreage of landmark Distillery District building - Pepper Rickhouse. Immediately available for development; ground floor leased. The Pepper Rickhouse was built as the primary bourbon-aging barrel house for the James E. Pepper Distillery. Formerly listed as a fallout shelter for the city of Lexington, the building's hardened 10'' concrete floors, double brick exterior, and upper four floors/acreage offered here represent a substantial shell for redevelopment. Unique Adaptive Reuse zoning allows for residential, hotel, office, restaurant, bar, nightclub, entertainment, etc. in addition to underlying industrial uses (self-storage, breweries, and distilleries). Floor plate is nearly an acre, columns are 19' on center, and ceiling heights range from 15'4'' to 16'. Fully sprinklered. Two existing freight elevators. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Historic Tax Credits & New Market Tax Credits a possibility. Broker/LLC manager.
Listing Provided Courtesy of: Limestone Realty
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