241 Gregory Street
About this property
Located in the epicenter of Black Hawk's new Gregory Street Plaza project (see http://site.cityofblackhawk.org/visit-black-hawk/conceptual-drawing-gregory-street) the 'Bank Building' (circa 1864) is one of Colorado's earliest permanent structures. Per the Denver Post, the City "wants to convert historic Gregory Street into a casino-free pedestrian mall anchored by breweries, distilleries, eateries and shops. It’s developing mountain biking and hiking trails above town, all spinning off a narrow gauge railroad line that ferried ore to mills 150 years ago. " This supremely historic building is located a stone's throw from the famous 'Gregory Diggings' gold discovery of 1859 and minutes to the new Maryland Mountain Recreational Park (http://site.cityofblackhawk.org/about-black-hawk/news-releases/). The building's current street level configuration includes 2 office suites, a conference room, coffee bar, and 2 bathrooms. The upper level has a separate entrance and open floorpan. Across the street from the builidng is the recently completed Carriage House parking garage. Per the City of Black Hawk's website, "Over the past 30 years, over $1 billion has been invested in land, casinos and related development. Today, Black Hawk is ranked 15th in gaming destinations by American Gaming Association, generating over 85% of Colorado's gaming revenue and hosting more than 20,000 gaming visitors daily." Prominently located with hundreds of cars passing by daily along Gregory Street, here lies an enormous opportunity. One of the last privately held buildings in Black Hawk. The buiding is within the History Appreciation Recreation Destination District (HARD District®).
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