2621 Cherokee 1FRENT THIS SPACE
Available for the first time in more than five years! This expansive storefront at the corner of Cherokee & Texas offers a unique opportunity for your business to fabricate, market, and sell your products all in one place. With roughly 5,500 square feet, the space could easily serve a multitude of purposes including office, production, and retail. A separate room at the rear of the space, currently being used as a woodshop, is included in the lease, and the second floor of the building may be rented for an additional fee, subject to availability.
Like so many buildings in St. Louis, 2621 Cherokee has a storied past. Built in 1893, it was originally known as the Cherokee Livery and later as the Ziegenhein Brothers Livery & Undertaking, before Ziegenhein moved to a new building in Holly Hills in the 1940s. Fun fact, the livery (stables) and undertaking (mortuary) businesses became a popular match in the late 19th century because funerals provided a significant amount of business for the stables. Today, the horses and dead people are long gone, and the very-much-alive neighbors include Mesa Home, Teatopia, Brandin Vaughn Collection, Cherokee Street Gallery, Saint Louis Hop Shop, Nebula, Morning Glory, Clements Lock & Security, and Fortune Teller Bar (just to name a few!) – all located within a block!
Price is listed at $3,500/month for rent plus $75/month for water and sewer; internet is available for $100/month. Tenant is responsible for trash, gas, and electric charges. Charges for water & sewer may be higher for some business types based on actual utility consumption. The advertised rental rate reflects a $75/mo discount for paying rent via ACH / wire transfer on the first of the month.
Photos provided by Well Made Workshop
- Loading Dock
- Concrete Floors
- Central Air Conditioning
- Forced Air Heat