Third & Main is a real estate rehab project we are currently undertaking in downtown Texarkana. Our desire is to see this long-neglected property come back to life and become a strong contributor to the revitalization of Texarkana's downtown. We are currently looking for partners who can share our vision for the future of this building. Specifically, we are looking for restaurant and business entrepreneurs who want to make a go in what we feel is the best location in downtown.
Dining - Lofts - Office
Location! Location! Location!
Located at the corner of the Perot Theater, which hosts over 40 events a year, & Pecan Point Gastropub, a dining hot spot. Down the block from the Texarkana Texas Farmers Market, City Hall, Silver Moon Theater, and the city's museum system. Not to mention it's one building down from the soon-to-be-developed Hotel Grim. Something is happening downtown, and this building is in the middle of it.
Development that Matters
Help us revitalize our city core by bringing or starting your business with us at the Third & Main building. We are taking a creative approach to this space, and are open to any ideas. If you have one, we want to hear about it. If you are wanting to start a restaurant or bar downtown, you need to call us. Our vision is to develop the bottom floor into restaurant and office / retail space, and building lofts upstairs. We are hoping to create a roof top deck overlooking the Perot (see view above).
We are willing to develop the space for our tenants, with lease rates that will be beneficial for both parties involved. If you have an idea, let's talk.
The things we've found....
One of the best parts of big renovation projects like this one, is that you find random "stuff' in the buildings. For example, we are currently under the impression that the to floor of this property was one of Texarkana's infamous brothels. At the very least, it shares the same floor plan designer as the brothels of old. This building also served as the home to Patterson Camera, now located on Summerhill Drive, and lucky for us there have been a ton of old photos left. Click on one of the images below to see more photos.