|Catylist Listing ID:
Governmental, Mixed Use, Office Building, Other
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|Property Use Type:
||Investment, Vacant/Owner-User, Business
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||Cash to Seller, Owner Financing, Build-to-Suit, Sale/Leaseback, Other
Overview / Comments
Roberts Banner Building, designed by American Architect, Henry Trost. Located at 215 N. Mesa St, El Paso, Texas and built in 1908; the Historic National Register number is 80004112. Architectural style is "Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements", "Romanesque". The original cost was $125,000 in 1908 (we cannot disclose the current listed price without a confidently agreement executed by the interested developer). The Robert Banner building is one of the earliest reinforced concrete structures in the United States and at one point it was the largest office building in El Paso, TX. The exposed concrete facades are considered bold for it’s time. During the Mexican Revolution, a spy station was set-up in the building by the Mexicans. This is the only time the American Government let a foreign country set-up a spy station on American soil.
Attachments & Media
|Property Located Between:
||N Mesa and Mills
||Only 1 Minute from Interstate 10
||35,000 Square Feet of Contruction
Restaurant Ready - First Floor
Benefits From Government to Remodel Property
Architect - Henry Trost
Fronting San Jacinto Plaza - Heart of Downtown El Paso, Texas
A Very Dear Building to the El Paso Community
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||On street or parking garage near by.
||Electric Lines, Water Rights, Utilities, Environmental
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