PHOENIXVILLE, PA — Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co announced the sale of the former Civic Center at 123 Main Street in Phoenixville, Chester County, Pennsylvania. This property is being sold by order of the Phoenixville Borough in an online-only Auction concluding Thursday, June 2, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. Bidders may bid on their computer or through the Max Spann phone app.
The Borough has built a new, larger facility with expanded resources for the community. Consequently, the former circa 1908 building is no longer needed for public use. Reportedly, it was at one point an armory that was renovated for its current uses.
The building consists of a first floor with approximately 6,129 square feet and a second floor of approximately 1,954 square feet. There is a partially finished lower level/basement consisting of approximately 6,129 square feet, The first floor includes three private offices, two restrooms, kitchen, and a gymnasium. The gymnasium is approximately 50’ x 97’ with a clear ceiling height of approximately 19.5’. The second floor was improved as a preschool divided into several rooms and one restroom. The lower-level basement has utility and mechanical rooms, and improved areas including a locker room used by the Police Athletic League.
The property is zoned Residential Infill which permits Multifamily residential uses, adaptive reuse, group homes, and other uses. This property sits on a consolidated lot of 0.342+/- acres. The Borough has consolidated three lots to create a better redevelopment project for the new owners.
“Phoenixville growth has been fun to watch.” said Bob Dann, Auctioneer and Executive Vice President of Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co. “They have transformed the downtown into a thriving and fun place to live.”
Property Previews are scheduled from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17th and Wednesday, May 25th. The Online Auction will conclude on Tuesday, June 2nd at 11:00 a.m. To receive the Property Information Package with additional property details and online bidding instructions, register today at www.maxspann.com.
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