YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Chase Tower is again on the marketplace after a sale to a Florida consumer fell though.
A next online auction is scheduled for Aug. 9 to 11 for the 135,300-sq.-foot downtown creating, in accordance to the Ten-X Business internet site.
An unknown redevelopment investment team primarily based in Miami bid a described $1.15 million for the historic making during a past 3-day auction that ended April 21. A few bidders participated in the auction, which was executed by using the Ten-X Business site.
“The initially buyer fell nevertheless,” Lou Frangos, chairman of the Cleveland-centered Frangos Group, which owns the setting up, confirmed Friday early morning. Representatives of the winning bidder flew in from Florida, inspected the residence and “told us they have been not only content but impressed with the building’s present condition,” he explained. He also read they achieved with metropolis officials.
Their only mentioned issue was a meant lack of parking, which he claimed is not an situation since of the availability of road and compensated parking. The deal fell even though about 10 times in the past when the preceding purchaser experienced requested an extension that was granted in trade for a “substantial nonrefundable payment” that was in the end forfeited.
Intended by Walker & Months Architects and built in 1928, the making has 14 floors and 128,741 rentable square footage, according to the Ten-X listing. From its construction until eventually lately, its floor ground housed Chase Financial institution and the various banking entities that preceded it. In May, Chase moved its downtown Youngstown office to the Realty Tower.
Other functions of the property incorporate currently being shown on the Nationwide Sign up of Historic Spots and becoming “ideally positioned” to obtain Ohio historic tax credits, in accordance to the 10-X listing.
In addition to relisting the home for auction, Frangos stated he is talking with other functions “that have expressed some interest” in the building.
Mark Marvin, president of Downtown Progress Group in Warren, declined to remark Friday concerning whether he was in discussions with Frangos on Chase Tower. His business submitted a person of two proposals in reaction to the city’s request for proposals to receive and redevelop 20 Federal Area, which is adjacent to Chase Tower, and he acknowledged very last thirty day period he is hunting at other downtown Youngstown attributes.
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