A gorgeous building in the McDougall-Hunt neighborhood near the Heidelberg Project just listed for sale.
Built in 1927, this Spanish Revival structure has a nice brick exterior, arched windows, copper flashing, and terracotta roof shingles. It was formerly a bar and night club, and has the words “S-M-S Lombarda Hall” etched into the stone around the front entrance.
The second floor of the 8,000-square-foot building used to be a venue and has a stage, 12-foot-high ceilings, as well as the hardwood floors that will require some serious sanding. Elsewhere, there’s terrazzo flooring that will also need refinishing.
It also comes with a full basement that was once a bar. In other words, some serious parties took place in this building back in the day.
It’s been vacant for some time, and will obviously require a lot of work, but all the important structural elements seem intact. Sale of the building also includes a nearby vacant lot.
3101 McDougall Street is listed through James Tumey—Friedman Urban for $370,000.