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1023 16th Ave. South covers 3,432 sq. ft. on its 2 floors and was built in 1920.  It has been home to Dean's Kitchen Center for several decades.


 

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1900 Broadway covers 3,380 sq. ft. over its single floor and was built in 1941.  It has been home to Broadway Brewhouse for decades.

 

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1213 Jefferson St. covers 398 sq. ft. on its single floor and was built in 1960. It is now home to Music City Hemp Farmacy.
 

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918 Buchanan St. covers 3,760 sq. ft. on its singe floor and was built in 1960.  It has just been fully revamped for Willie B's Kitchen and Lounge.

 

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1421-23 2nd Ave. North covers 15,914 sq. ft. over its single floor and was constructed in 1961.  It is now home to The Axis Church.


 

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1616 16th Ave. South covers 2,142 sq. ft. over its 2 floors, and was built in 1935.  It is currently home to a couple of real estate offices.
 

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1207 Linden Ave. covers 3,420 sq. ft. over its 2 floors and was built in 1930.  It is now home to Beth Haley Design.

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1400 Woodland Ave. covers 3,852 sq. ft. over its 2 floors and was built in 1920.  It is home to the Lipstick Lounge.
 

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^^ That is super exciting. Thanks for the update Mark. I bet the interiors of these units are amazing!

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1612 16th Ave. South covers 2,142 sq. ft. over its 2 floor, and was builtin 1935. It is now divided up into several small offices.
 

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9 Music Square South covers 1,213 sq. ft. on its single floor and was built in 1950.  It is the new home of Bobby's Idle Hour, and should have its grand opening  soon.

 

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1402 McGavock covers 2,550 sq. ft. on its single floor, and was built in 1954.  It is currently home to Rudie's Seafood.

 

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3 hours ago, markhollin said:

1402 McGavock covers 2,550 sq. ft. on its single floor, and was built in 1954.  It is currently home to Rudie's Seafood.

 

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Was... which sucks cause Rudie's was great...

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410 East Iris Ave. covers 2.407 sq. ft. over its singe floor and was built in 1940.  It is now home to Miniature Cottage.

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1711 21st Ave. South covers 1,314 sq. ft. over its single floor and was built in 1926. It is currently home to  Hey Rooster General Store.
 

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4801 Gallatin covers 1,260 sq. ft. on its single floor and was built as a gas station in 1960.  It is now home to Ann Smith Florist.

 

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