The Knudson Center Project consists of two national register historic properties in need of restoration. In addition to the capital gains benefits of an Opportunity Zone, investors are eligible for Federal & State Historic Tax Credits and an Enterprise Zone Tax Credit.
The projects encompass approximately 20,000 ft. sq. Main Street Retail Space and 8 - 10 Upscale Apartments.
Constructed in 1892-1893
6,000 ft sq Commercial Retail - Street Level
2,500 ft Unoccupied Apartments - Upper Level
The Union Block building was a joint venture between Robert K Wilson, Brigham's first saloon keeper; and Charles W Knudson, attributed with creating the areas commercial fruit distribution business.
In 1929 it was expanded and opened as the fourth JC Penney Store in America, which operated until 1986. It then served as a local mens clothing retailer until January of 2016,
In 2019 it will become home to Consignology, an upscale furniture and home decor store currently operating nearby.
Constructed in 1914
9,000 ft. sq Commercial Retail - Street Level
3,500 ft sq Occupied Apartments - Upper Level
The Knudson Brothers building was constructed in 1914 to accommodate the fruit growing enterprises of Charles W. Knudson and Johnathon C. Knudson.
It has historically been one of Main Streets major commercial buildings and housed the Brigham City Commercial Club (similar to Chamber of Commerce).
It is currently occupied by Infinity Dance Company on the Main Street level, with residential units on the upper story.
This lovely 1917 Victorian Cottage is
a completely restored Landmark Commission Property located near Ancestor Square in St. George, UT
Our first commercial historic renovation in Lake Worth, TX. A wonderful 1910 Rock cottage transformed into an upscale resale shop and tea room.
Our first historic renovation was this 1906
country farmhouse, our first historic project, was completed in 2006.
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