|4437 N. Broadway (@properties listing)|
Old-timers might recall this space as several different restaurants and bars, most notably "The Spot," which was a real loss when it closed. It was later known as Decibel Bar (the current sign) and a few other names, all of which closed.
The building was built in 1919 and was originally home to Skeeles Biddle & Rockefeller, undertakers, and J. Weinstein & Son, undertakers. The faint outline of the word "CHAPEL" is still visible above the entrance.
This was on the market several years ago for a short time, but nothing came of the sale. The building was recently foreclosed on after multiple months of trying to locate the owners, leading to the current sale.
According to the listing, the space has a full commercial kitchen with 2000 square feet on the first floor with an additional 2,000 square feet on the second floor. The Spot used the upstairs space for comedy and music shows. The basement features an additional 1350 square feet of storage space (or other, you decide!).
Be sure to pass this along to any entrepreneur you know! This is a beautiful building and a space we would love to see filled with a restaurant or bar!