22 & 24 Washington Avenue, Grand Haven MI 49417 Photo 1 22 & 24 Washington Avenue, Grand Haven MI 49417 Photo 2

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22 & 24 Washington Avenue - Combination sale (1,988 & 5,980 SF) of 2 fabulous downtown Grand Haven Landmarks ! Dee-Lite Bar & Grill and Grand Theater. 24 Washington: Dee-Lite Bar & Grill has been completely redone in 1999. Large kitchen with high quality stainless steal appliances and tables, multiple coolers, walk in cooler and freezer, 2 bar areas, outdoor seating, large public parking area in front and back. liquor license available. 22 Washington: Grand Theater, Remodeled in 2006, this beautiful woodwork, crown moldings, original chandeliers, tables, booths, coolers, taps, fish tank, bar seating, mezzanine. Theater sign with refurbished lighting to make your own advertisement. 2nd floor has 1,584 to finish. Partial basement. Furniture & equipment included in both, heated sidewalks. DO NOT APPROACH EMPLOYEE

Listing information

  • MLS® ID: 18055622
  • Status: Active
  • Foreclosure: No
  • Estimated Annual Taxes: $25,282
  • Subdivision: N20 - Grand Haven City W of 31
  • Style: Commercial
  • Stories: 0
  • Total Square Footage: 7,968 ($238.45 per sq. foot)
  • County: Ottawa
  • Year Built: 1999
  • New Construction: No
  • Lot Area: 0.15 Acres
  • School District: Grand Haven


Additional Features Barrier Free
Air Conditioning Central
Auction or For Sale For Sale
Below Grade Partial
Business Includes Equipment, Furniture, Real Estate
Construction Type Block
Exterior Material Brick/Stone, Metal Siding
Heat Source Natural Gas
Heat Type Forced Air
Other Road Frontage - 81.00, Zoning - Com-West-Cbd
Property Sub-Type Retail/ Commercial
Purchase Terms Avail Cash/Conventional
Roofing Rubber
Sale Conditions None
Street Type Paved, Public
Uses Bar/Tavern/Lounge, Restaurant
Util Avail at St Broadband
Utilities / Sewer Public
Utilities Attached Cable, Electric, Natural Gas, Telephone
Water Type Public
Waterfront Options: Water Access Y/N No
Listing Courtesy of Ross Pope of Redstone Commercial Investments