- 210 N. 14th St.
- Min Sq. Ft. Available:
- Max Sq. Ft. Available:
- 1,103 SF
- Street Retail, Creative/Loft, Retail (Other)
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- Property Description
Historical two-story brick building with recently updated modern amenities including: 400 square ft. dock, contemporary awnings and
new store fronts. Inside are enhanced raw-boxes and the possibilities for build-out could take place in numerous ways. Originally called
the brick factory, it later became the home of the Nebraska Farmer periodical. It eventually changed to the famous Rock n- Roll Runza
restaurant in the 1990’ s, and it is now called the McKelvie Building, in honor of Governor McKelvie, who was chief editor of Nebraska
Farmer for several years.
This building is located in Downtown Lincoln, with easy access to the University of Nebraska, Lincoln (UNL). Situated in the heart of
Downtown Lincoln, 210 N. 14th is one block from O Street and one block from the UNL Campus. This major downtown corner is a focal
point of the P Street entertainment and shopping district. It neighbors the City of Lincoln Children’ s Museum, which has visitor rates of
more than 20,000 guests each month. Aligned with the UNL Student Union, 14th Street is the main conduit for students to walk to and
from campus to Downtown Lincoln. *Final lease rate(s) may vary depending on term of lease, carrying costs, real estate commissions,
& landlord improvements or allowances.
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- WRK LLC
- Ryan Mousel