First-class commercial real estate on N. Main will come onto the market
February 7th. By Dave Vieser. The longtime Habitat for Humanity office at 20310 North Main Street — originally a church — is up for sale, the nonprofit confirmed.
There are already offers for the property, which is just outside the blisteringly hot downtown Cornelius real estate market.
County records show the building and adjacent property have a total taxable value of $1.12 million — $616,000 for the building and $448,000 for the property. The property is separate and separate from the adjacent Restore property which is not for sale.
Regardless, real estate is trading at far higher prices than estimates suggest.
The Habitat offices will be relocating to the Ada Jenkins Center (AJC) in Davidson.
Local Habitat operations were consolidated in Charlotte two years ago.
It’s all part of an agreement between Habitat and AJC. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the building will be used to refurbish the Habitat store next door, according to Habitat spokesman Peter Brown. The former church building has been Habitat’s local office since 1999
Moving in April
If all goes as planned, Habitat for Humanity will be moving its office to the Ada Jenkins Center building at 212 Gamble Street, Davidson, in April.
Habitat will occupy two large suites at the AJC, sharing meeting space and support staff.
Before Habitat, the building was occupied by the International Church of the Four Square Gospel.