Repurposed Buildings in Canon City and Florence

1750 Forge Rd Canon City

1750 Forge Rd Canon City

With all the ideas of sustainablity and ‘green’ going around these days it’s nice to see and hear people ask for old buildings they can repurpose. Canon City and Florence have a couple of buildings that could be repurposed.

The old zinc building at 1750 Forge Road on the old College of the Canyon grounds is a good example. The property has 2 buildings. Both need some tlc, love and money, but the grounds are great! And the buildings are in the city limits – a rare find with 40 acres. But if you’ve got the money the opportunities are here!

302 2nd Street in Florence use to be a church. The stained glass windows are still in it. Built with granite and marble this place is solid! It sits near the center of town surrounded by those historical homes that we all love to see when visiting down town Florence and the antique shops.

And 113 Sante Fe in Florence is in an area that is zoned for both commercial and residential. A great opportunity for those who want to live and work in historic Florence. This property sits just behind the Pour House, so coffee is right at hand!

Canon City

While we all talk about the shape and size of our carbon foot print here is your opportunity to own some history and repurpose some great properties!

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