The Crabtree On Williams Street Sells For $2,270,000

Thursday, January 10, 2019
The Crabtree at 1426 Williams St.
The Crabtree at 1426 Williams St.

The Crabtree, an historic three-story brick building on Williams Street on the Southside, has been sold for $2,270,000.

The sale was to 1426 Williams Gp from Strada Development Co Llc.

The 5,200-square-foot building dates to 1912.

It holds condo and office uses.

A prospectus says, "The Crabtree offers classic architectural features with terrazzo floors, high ceilings, and large windows providing tons of natural light. Exposed beams and exposed brick contrast contemporary features like glass walls, decorative fixturing, and stylish appliances in a breakroom that features a full kitchen. Offices at the Crabtree offer a mixture of individual offices, shared work space and open spaces. Easily accessible outdoor space is a distinct amenity offered by the Crabtree including a small courtyard and green space at the rear entrance, along with the availability of some on-site parking."

 


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