Originally constructed in 1892, the Tuttle Building has served many purposes for the community over the last 130 years and is ready for its next chapter. With 3 levels above ground and a full basement, this could be your perfect mixed use development project. Extraordinary original details remain throughout the building including unpainted oak woodwork, tin ceilings, and 3 vault doors to reincorporate into your rehabilitation design. Situated in the both the URA and Opportunity Zone boundaries, there may be financial incentives and funding opportunities available for this building. Neighboring the Original Mine Yard, Federal Court House, Butte Silver Bow Archives, and the Uptown Central Business Corridor, potential new uses are abundant. Upgrades to the building include a membrane roof, newer wiring, modern plumbing, rear fire escape, and recent sewer line to street. Building includes an elevator and fire suppression system. Rear courtyard has potential for off street parking.
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