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Heironimus Building Offers Unique Adaptive Reuse Opportunity in Core of Roanoke’s Historic District

The Heironimus Building is a 5-story, brick, steel and concrete building that was originally constructed in 1915.

The Heironimus building in Roanoke’s Downtown Historic District is one of the last and largest remaining significant redevelopment opportunities of it’s kind in the Valley. The 5-story, brick, steel and concrete building was originally constructed in 1915 and represents approximately 80,000 square feet of potential redevelopment with additional below grade square footage in the basement.

The property sits on the southwest corner of Church and Jefferson and within walking distance of the area’s main core of office space, restaurants and boutique retail establishments. It is also located within close proximity to major economic drivers including several of the area’s major employers as well as the Virginia Tech | Carilion school of medicine and Research Institute, the Jefferson College of Health Sciences and Radford University graduate programs. The building is also within walking distance to the Poff Federal Building and the various City of Roanoke municipal buildings.

Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer has been selected as the exclusive sale representative for the building located at 401 S. Jefferson Street in Roanoke. In response to the announcement representative John K. Nielsen said, “We are extremely excited to take this unique opportunity to the market and believe that it will be very attractive to both the local and statewide adaptive reuse and tax credit development community. The building is located in the heart of downtown Roanoke along the city’s innovation corridor and is positioned for the next wave of mixed use development.”



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