1014-1018 Water Avenue, Selma, AL 36701


Property Description

This is an opportunity to own a part of history! The Selma Times-Journal building is located in downtown Selma on the banks of the Alabama River. The historical Edmund Pettus Bridge is next door to the building. The location is best known for the 1960's Selma Voting Rights Movement and the Selma to Montgomery marches which began with the March 1965 "Bloody Sunday" This building has stood through time to witness some of our countries most memorable milestones. Located in historic downtown Selma. Within a short distance are a number of restaurants, churches, entertainment establishments, and historic sights. The building was renovated in 1970 and consists of individual offices, open office areas, 4000 sq ft of basement area that would be useful for storage or to be built out for more office area. Part of the square footage is a second-story space that is not heated or cooled and needs renovating. SALE TO CONSIST OF BUILDING ONLY. NEWSPAPER BUSINESS IS NOT FOR SALE.

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