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SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
SOLD > Main and Broadway Investment Opportunity
Built of brick and wood frame construction in 1908, 2339 Main Street is a rare piece of Vancouver’s history, originally home to the Mount Pleasant Billiard Hall. Today the ground floor retail space is occupied by “John’s Jukes” and “Uptown Barbers”. The second and third floors provide 30 residential micro-units. Both the retail and residential tenants are on month to month tenancy agreements.

The retail space is estimated to be 4,000 SF of leasable area currently divided into two retail units with the barber shop occupying approximately 500 SF and John’s Jukes occupying the balance. The retail space offers 15 foot high ceilings accented with the original tin ceiling tiles. At the rear of the retail space, abutting the lane, there are 3 large windows that have been covered up which could easily be reclaimed to add an abundance of natural light.

The two residential floors feature 9 foot ceilings, wide hallways and attractive character in the form of tiling and architectural moldings. The units range in size from 130 SF to 190 SF featuring a fridge, sink, optional hot plate and ample closet space. There are four toilets and two showers for shared tenant use. There is substantial storage and a large skylight mounted over the stairwell providing a wealth of natural light.

Underneath the retail floor is a crawlspace and a full height boiler room of approximately 800 SF which houses the boiler and hot water tanks.

The building is fully sprinklered and heat sensored throughout. Heating is dispersed through radiators by the original cast iron boiler and domestic hot water is provided by two 50-gallon hot water tanks. The roof is tar and gravel and needs replacement.

The subject property is not encumbered by a heritage designation nor the Single Room Accommodation (SRA) by-law.

Property Details

  • 10/19/2016
  • Sold