Spartan

What will become of the Coca-Cola building?

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It's sad to see the closure of the Coca-Cola operation on West Main Street, particularly since they've been there for over 100 years. That said, it also creates a cool opportunity for someone to take advantage of.  You don't often get a historic building with a large warehouse attached to it in such a good location.

I'm hoping for a new micro-brewery or maybe an expansion of a larger one elsewhere in the country. Any thoughts on what this could become?

 

http://www.goupstate.com/news/20171212/coca-cola-bidding-farewell-to-sparkle-city

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1 hour ago, Spartan said:

It's sad to see the closure of the Coca-Cola operation on West Main Street, particularly since they've been there for over 100 years. That said, it also creates a cool opportunity for someone to take advantage of.  You don't often get a historic building with a large warehouse attached to it in such a good location.

I'm hoping for a new micro-brewery or maybe an expansion of a larger one elsewhere in the country. Any thoughts on what this could become?

 

http://www.goupstate.com/news/20171212/coca-cola-bidding-farewell-to-sparkle-city

 

1 hour ago, Spartan said:

It's sad to see the closure of the Coca-Cola operation on West Main Street, particularly since they've been there for over 100 years. That said, it also creates a cool opportunity for someone to take advantage of.  You don't often get a historic building with a large warehouse attached to it in such a good location.

I'm hoping for a new micro-brewery or maybe an expansion of a larger one elsewhere in the country. Any thoughts on what this could become?

 

http://www.goupstate.com/news/20171212/coca-cola-bidding-farewell-to-sparkle-city

First, I’m not surprised that Coke is leaving. It was just a matter of time in my opinion.  

Second, I think it’s just a matter of time this building is repurposed into something really exciting.  I can picture William Cribb imagineering a restaurant concept that dovetails nicely with the building’s unique architecture.   

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