American Heritage building up for sale

One of Richmond’s first high-rises and it could be yours.

If you have $8.3 million you could be the proud owner of the American Heritage building at 1001 E. Main Street and its 57 apartments and 20 office and commercial units.

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The building is more than 100 years old and was one of Richmond’s first high-rises. It housed 12 floors of office space until it was converted into apartments in 2005. Now the building holds 23 one-bedroom apartments, 33 two-bedrooms and a single three-bedroom unit, as well as about three floors of commercial space.

Apartments rent between $800 and $1500 a month with the three-bedroom topping out at $2,100. Hunt said the property is about 92 percent occupied.

Image: American Heritage Apartments

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