Historic 1930s federal building in downtown Flagstaff goes up for sale
PHOENIX — A historic building in Flagstaff, Arizona, dating back to the 1930s is now on the market.
Located downtown next to the Monte Vista Hotel, the Flagstaff Federal Building was originally built in 1937 for use as a post office and is listed on the National Historic Registry.
The structure, which is currently used as an office building, is listed for $4.3 million, according to Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty.
“I am excited to bring this classic building to market,” agent Bret Lamberson said in a press release. “Our entire community has loved it for decades, and we look forward to passing the legacy on to a new owner.”
The more than 17,000-square-foot building has three floors, including a basement, as well as 12 private parking spaces.
It also boasts historic brown tile, adding to the character of the building, and skylights in the ceiling to bring in plenty of natural light.
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