Available Properties

Historic J.A. Lamy Manufacturing Company Building

108 West Pacific Street, Sedalia, MO 65301

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Features:

  • Built in 1893 as the Mackey Shoe Company
  • Corner lot on W. Pacific St. and N. Ohio Ave.
  • Overlooks downtown Sedalia, 1 block from Main Street
  • Adjacent to the newly renovated Sedalia Amtrak station
  • Constructed with Minnesota timber, Missouri bricks, maple wood floors throughout, knotty pine paneled office
  • Has a walk-in vault and is wired with high-speed internet
  • Contains several tenants on the ground floor providing stable income

For more details call Elliot Management Services.  J.A.LamyBuildingBooklet

Scott Benbrook                                                                                 John Swearingen
660-826-3310                                                                                     660-826-3310
sbenbrook.elliot@gmail.com                                                         jswearingen.elliot@gmail.com

Missouri Trust Building

located at the northwest corner of 4th & Ohio Avenue in Historic Downtown Sedalia, MO. 

 

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Features:

  • Located in Sedalia’s designated Historic Commercial District and
    individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Eligible for federal and state rehabilitation tax credits.
  • Example of late 19th century Romanesque/Chateauesque commercial architecture
  • Built from Missouri limestone with a sandstone veneer on the east and south sides.
  • Multigable roofline accented by a tower, turret, and arched window openings.
  • Four-story 11,250 square feet building with approximately 2,400 square feet for each level.
  • Contains a full basement, first floor vault, elevator shaft, and attic space.

Building Website

Video of the exterior

For more details contact John Simmons, 660-827-3000 extension 127

Additional Links and email form HERE

 


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