An East Brookside building, heavily damaged in a fire a year ago, is now for sale.
The L-shaped neighborhood center, from 6201 to 6213 Oak St. and from 409 to 411 E. 62nd St., is listed at $1.2 million. The tan brick, Spanish-style center, circa 1930, has a partial terra cotta roof.
Broker Jen Enderson of Century 21 is already getting inquiries from redevelopers.
However, the longtime owners of the building, Jim and Lori Dalton, want to sell it to someone who will restore it. The Daltons had owned Dalton Interiors, which operated in part of the building for more than six decades.
The popular Plate restaurant, which opened in late 2015, had just finished renovations and expanded its dining room before the fire. It never reopened and the spaces have been gutted.
The owners of Plate and another tenant, Itsy Bitsy Bums, couldn't be reached for comment, but Itsy Bisty Bums has a website. Women's clothing and accessory store CoCo temporarily relocated to 407 W. Gregory Blvd. The Clock Shop, which has been in business in since 1905 and in Brookside since 1955, temporarily relocated to 6155 Oak, Suite A.
"We had been in that space since 1955. It was our home," said Beth Woolsey, fifth generation owner of the Clock Shop.
The building has 7,370 square feet of retail space. A back parking lot has 20 parking spaces and two handicap spaces. There also is on-street parking in front of the shops.
A basement also could potentially be rented to a modern-day speakeasy or other tenant. The building also has two bank vaults.