Front Street building on market for $5.95m
A retail and office building that has been a fixture of the Hamilton street scene since 1965 has been put on sale for $5.95 million.
The Ingham&Wilkinson building, at the eastern end of Front Street, started out as the home of the city’s largest lumber distributor, before housing the furniture store Creative Interiors, the former VSB TV radio studios and other local and international businesses.
It was enlarged with construction of the third, fourth and fifth floors completed in 1983.
The building, at 129 Front Street, can be accessed from Front Street and Reid Street. The property is 83,000 square feet and covers 0.46 of an acre. There is retail space at street level, but the building is mostly office space with a balcony that wraps around the exterior with unobstructed views of Hamilton Harbour.
It has been listed for sale by Coldwell Banker Bermuda Realty.
The agency said that as uses of the building changed over the years, so did the shareholder base.
“As the existing shareholders do not currently have operational entities in the building they have decided that it is prudent to place the property on the market for sale providing new potential shareholders with the opportunity to perhaps redefine the future of the Ingham&Wilkinson Building and how it operates within the Front Street East city scape,” Coldwell Banker said.
• For more information, contact Brian Madeiros on 247-1801
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