(From Andy Klein) Anybody got a vacant lot that would provide a good home for this orphan building?
Free to a Good Home
This charming historic service station is being offered for free to anyone who has an appropriate available site and a creative vision for the adaptive reuse of an endangered building. Artist Studio? Coffee shop? Bakery? Bar? Garden shed? GARAGE?!
Built in 1925, this little gem sits in the way of the proposed redevelopment of the King & High block that was featured on our 2019 Most Endangered Sites list. The developer will pay to move the building if a nearby site is found.
This is a prime opportunity to recycle an entire building for a creative new purpose. It presents an opportunity to give the community a visible connection to the past while adding authentic visual character to a neighborhood. But action must be taken soon!
If you are interested, we encourage you to go see the building today. Then, if you have an available site, email Susan Keeny, Preservation Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 614-221-4508. Please hurry!
Former Sunoco Gas Station