Where the Elle's Patisserie building recently sold and Ellecor Design and Gifts is relocating in Rountree neighborhood
Address: 617-619 S. Pickwick
Owner: Fairway Real Estate Holdings LLC
Tenants: Tea Bar & Bites Bakery and Cafe, Zen3 Spa and Bodyworks
Taxable Appraised Value: $244,700
Address: 615 S. Pickwick
Owner: Fairway Real Estate Holdings LLC
Tenants: Queen City Cycles
Taxable Appraised Value: $113,500
Address: 611 S. Pickwick
Owner: Bailey Boy LLC
Tenants: Pickwick Underground Framing
Taxable Appraised Value: $89,100
Address: 601-607 S. Pickwick
Owner: Owen Holdings LLC
Tenants: Cherry Picker Package and Fare and Homegrown Food Store
Taxable Appraised Value: $191,700
Address: 600 S. Pickwick
Owner: Shirley Kenkel Trust, et al.
Tenants: Imo’s Pizza
Taxable Appraised Value: $127,900
Address: 1454 E. Cherry
Owner: Cherry Street United LLC
Tenants: None (formerly Elle’s Patisserie)
Taxable Appraised Value: $57,000
Address: 1451 E. Cherry
Owner: Frankie Properties LLC
Tenants: Tie & Timber Beer Co.
Taxable Appraised Value: $328,800
Address: 1437 E. Cherry
Owner: El Madrid Investors
Tenants: Ott’s Pasta and El Madrid Apartments
Taxable Appraised Value: $628,500
Starred Address: 623 S. Pickwick
Owner: Allie Bob LLC
Tenants: None (Ellecor Design plans to move)
Taxable Appraised Value: $122,300
Total Value: Roughly 2.6 acres with a combined taxable appraised value of over $1.9 million, based on Greene County Assessor records as of Jan 1.
Source: Greene County Assessor
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