Friday, September 30, 2016

Doolittle property at 10-12 N. 2nd to be auctioned

A public auction for the property at 10-12 North Second Street will be held on December 6, 2016.  The auction notice describes the structure as a "3-story Historic Warehouse." Terms are $10,000 down on the day of sale with settlement within 45 days.  The property was recently listed for sale for $350,000. The building was formerly home to Becker's Potato Chip Factory and is currently owned by David and Suzanne Doolittle.






9 comments:

  1. Let's hope the buyer will not make apartments out of it. We don't need any more. Too many already.

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  2. Wish the Doolittles well and hope for a positive outcome for the future of this property.

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    1. Do we wish the Biglers well too. Am I missing something here. There last name should be spelled Do Little.

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  3. If it is apartments so be it. Get rid of Ghetto Landlords and Tenants, Welfare Reform.

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    1. Luxury apartments would be nice along with some shops.

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  4. Don't need anymore apts in this town already have to many.

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  5. There is not a market here for true luxury apartments, somebody could potentially call a project luxury apartments and slip them in but ultimately they will slip down to something considerably less than luxury, sort of the opposite of putting a rotten apple in a basket and thinking the rest won't get rotten, now building 500 luxury apartments like they did in Asheville North Carolina, that would make a change

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  6. http://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/local/2014/09/24/apartment-building-booming-south-asheville/16166177/

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  7. Perhaps something like Trinity House or Saint Peters Apartments would be a nice thought.

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