It may not look like much from this angle, but this 1961 storefront in Webster Groves has some very cool mid-century curves. My friend Toby Weiss did a great job documenting the building over on B.E.L.T., so I won’t try to duplicate her efforts.
I will, however, let you know that this former Knoll Florist Shop recently hit the market. And with its awesome style, high-traffic location and two large greenhouses, it has incredible potential, especially for a small local grower or food producer! Just think of the possibilities!
Listed by Brian McLain, RealtyNET McLain, for $349,900 or $2100/month. 2500 square feet on .3 acres.
If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you this unique commercial property, which sits on historic Route 66, give me a call!
I would love to see someone open a hydroponic tomato company, where you can buy fresh local tomatoes & tomato products, even in the dead of winter! Maybe even herbs and veggies. I know I’m not the only one who would be excited about that!