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636 Shelby Street

636 Shelby Street • Bristol, TN 37620 Map
Contact: Tracie Coppedge, 423-793-0125 or tcoppedge@jrgregory.com

Office/Retail/Restaurant/Event Space
Sale or Lease: Lease

Number of Levels: 4, plus basement

Total Square Footage Available: 60,000
1st Floor Square Footage: 15,000
2nd Floor Square Footage: 15,000
3rd Floor Square Footage: N/A
4th Floor Square Footage: N/A

Entrance: Multiple entrances to the property. Separate, secured entrances for upper or individual floors.

Dedicated Parking: Approximately 30 spaces

Zoning: B-2

This is a four-story brick building constructed ca. 1920. The building was designed as a manufacturing facility and has a flat roof, an exterior of five course common bond brick and a poured concrete foundation. The primary entrance is located on the north facade facing Shelby Street. This entrance is recessed within an arched vestibule. This vestibule has a tile floor and cast concrete surround. The entrance retains original fifteen-light double doors and an arched eight-light transom. Flanking the entrance vestibule are cast concrete wall buttresses with Gothic influences including trefoil and Tudor arched inset panels. Inscribed over the door is "E.W. King Co." Dividing the basement and first floor levels is a cast concrete belt course. Dividing the first and second floors is a cast concrete belt course. On the west facade, the building has an original entrance with a two-panel steel door. There is a recessed loading dock bay. The interior of the building is composed largely of open floor space with wood floors and exposed brick walls.