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1st & Central Downtown Minot:
Restaurant, Bar, Rooftop Patio

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FORMALLY KNOWN AS

HIGH THIRD

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Historical character with all the modern amenities create one of Minot's most eye-catching and exciting restaurant and bar venues located in busy downtown.

Fully redeveloped in 2020 and service-ready, an experienced and aggressive operator will flourish in this multi-level space. 

Historical character with all the modern amenities create one of Minot's most eye-catching and exciting restaurant and bar venues located in busy downtown.

Fully redeveloped in 2020 and service-ready, an experienced and aggressive operator will flourish in this multi-level space. 

Historical character with all the modern amenities create one of Minot's most eye-catching and exciting restaurant and bar venues located in busy downtown.

Fully redeveloped in 2020 and service-ready, an experienced and aggressive operator will flourish in this multi-level space. 

Historical character with all the modern amenities create one of Minot's most eye-catching and exciting restaurant and bar venues located in busy downtown.

Fully redeveloped in 2020 and service-ready, an experienced and aggressive operator will flourish in this multi-level space. 

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THIS PROPERTY BROKERED BY

DUANE PETERSON, SIGNAL REALTY

701.888.8888

KRISTEN BOEN, SIGNAL REALTY

701.888.8888

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This building was erected in 1909 by William Carroll, an area rancher. The basement and first floor of this building originally operated as the Northwestern Supply Company. In 1915, Carroll and Carl Peterson converted the main level of the building into a laundry facility known as Troy Laundry. A painted sign advertising this business is still visible on the south side of the building. A painted sign advertising the Northwestern Supply Company is barely visible on the north side of the building.

The second and third stories of the building were built as a boarding house and annex for a local hotel. The second and third stories of this building sat largely vacant since the late 1960s.

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This building was erected in 1909 by William Carroll, an area rancher. The basement and first floor of this building originally operated as the Northwestern Supply Company. In 1915, Carroll and Carl Peterson converted the main level of the building into a laundry facility known as Troy Laundry. A painted sign advertising this business is still visible on the south side of the building. A painted sign advertising the Northwestern Supply Company is barely visible on the north side of the building.

The second and third stories of the building were built as a boarding house and annex for a local hotel. The second and third stories of this building sat largely vacant since the late 1960s. This building was erected in 1909 by William Carroll, an area rancher. The basement and first floor of this building originally operated as the Northwestern Supply Company. In 1915, Carroll and Carl Peterson converted the main level of the building into a laundry facility known as Troy Laundry. A painted sign advertising this business is still visible on the south side of the building. A painted sign advertising the Northwestern Supply Company is barely visible on the north side of the building.

The second and third stories of the building were built as a boarding house and annex for a local hotel. The second and third stories of this building sat largely vacant since the late 1960s.

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