Mott Building

18 LaSalle Street Elsah, IL 62028

18 LaSalle Street, Elsah, IL, 62028
Renovated Storefront
18 LaSalle Street, Elsah, IL, 62028
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Mar 13, 2019


Description

The Mott Building, formerly the National Historic Elsah Landing Restaurant (from 1975 to 1993) was well renowned for its soups, breads and desserts displayed on a blackboard menu. The restaurant was drawing 80 percent of its business from out of town, many from St. Louis approximately 45 miles away.

The Village of Elsah received a grant from Landmarks Illinois to help restore the historic Mott Building. The restaurant / bar with two level outdoor patio area can accommodate seating for 54 customers. A retaurant entrepreneur drawn to the opportunity would fit into the Villages' strategic plan to enhance economic vitality for the Village already known as a venue for events and tourism.

Elsah is a historic Village in Jersey County, Illinois. Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, Elsah is nestled betwwen the limestone bluffs and the Great River Road.


Year Built: 1894
Building Size: 1448.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

Available
Space Available: 1448 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $20.72

Map of 18 LaSalle Street, Elsah, IL, 62028

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