1020 Burke Street   |  1020 Burke Street   |   2,200 - 6,600 sf

  • TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS PROPERTY, CONTACT:

    Nick Gonzalez at nick@ltpcommercial.com

    —or—

    Cole Carns at ccarns@ltpcommercial.com

    This is a rare downtown retail opportunity- 2,200sf to 6,600sf of retail space with an abundance of on-site surface parking on both sides of the building! Property offers superior visibility and would be a fantastic retail, restaurant, or bar opportunity. There is potential for rooftop seating and deck/patio expansion to enjoy the city views. This is an opportunity to be in the same building as the established Snob Shop, which brings in 250-300 customers every Saturday to it’s thriving high-end consignment business. Ownership is looking to compliment the revitalization of Burke Street, which includes Trouvaille Home, Vintage Sofa Bar, The Humble Bee Shoppe, and Camel City Goods, with this showcase property.

    Address:1020 Burke Street
    City:Winston-Salem
    Zip:27101
    Avail sf ± 2,200 - 6,600
    Lease Rate/sfNegotiable
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  • PROPERTY DETAILS

    Property Type Retail
    Avail sf ± 2,200 - 6,600
    Building sf ± 13,200
    Retail sf ± 13,200
    Year Built ±1973
    Floors ±2
    RoofTar & Gravel/Flat Metal
    Bldg ExteriorBrick
    Acres ±0.40
    SprinkleredNo

    UTILITIES

    ElectricalYes
    WaterYes
    SewerYes
    AirYes
    HeatYes
    GasYes

    TAX INFORMATION

    ZoningPB
    County:Forsyth , NC
    Tax Block0114
    Tax Lot(s)010A
    Tax PIN6825-85-3879.00
    Tax Map624854

    PRICING & TERMS

    Tax Value$709,500
    Lse Rt/sf ±Negotiable
    CommentsThis is a rare downtown retail opportunity- 2,200sf to 6,600sf of retail space with an abundance of on-site surface parking on both sides of the building! Property offers superior visibility and would be a fantastic retail, restaurant, or bar opportunity. There is potential for rooftop seating and deck/patio expansion to enjoy the city views. This is an opportunity to be in the same building as the established Snob Shop, which brings in 250-300 customers every Saturday to it’s thriving high-end