Substantial Price Reduction Announced for Chez Nora Building
The building that housed Chez Nora for three decades is on the market for a substantially lower price than announced when the restaurant closed its doors for good at the beginning of January.
The restaurant first went on the market at around $1.8 million in 2013 and when the closure was announced in January it was listed at $1.2 million.
(SEE PREVIOUSLY: Chez Nora Closes Its Doors for Good)
On Wednesday it was announced that the asking price is now $985,000 for the building at the corner of Sixth & Main Streets in Mainstrasse Village.
The property includes two buildings, three bars, a nightclub, a terrace, and banquet rooms.
The sellers are also offering a possible lease-purchase agreement and call a possible deal a "rare opportunity".
(SEE PREVIOUSLY: Rick Robinson: Goodbye Chez Nora, a Regular Setting in Author's Books)
The property is a massive 12,000 square feet with inside seating for 287 people, outside seating on the rooftop for 32 as well as 32 outdoor bar stools. The price includes the business, the real estate, and an extensive list of fixtures, furnishings, and equipment.
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Photo: Chez Nora/Chuck Eilerman