• MLS® #: 219003290
  • 249 E Baltimore

  • Detroit, MI 48202
  • $875,000 REDUCED
  • 7181 , 0.43 Acres
  • Commercial
  • Office: O'connor Realty

8181 SF of Iconic commercial building in Detroit’s Milwaukee Junction Neighborhood. The building, designed in the of Googie style of post-modern architecture by Detroit architect Nathan Johnson, once housed Stanley Hong’s Mania café and the Rhythm Kitchen. 249 East Baltimore is designated as a local Historic District, It is protected from demolition, but there are potential opportunities to save the façade and build up. The site comes with parking for up to 20 cars. Opportunity Zone Eligible SD2 Housing

Essential Information

  • MLS® #219003290
  • Price$875,000
  • Total Sq. Ft7,181
  • Acres0.43
  • Year Built1970
  • TypeCommercial
  • Sub-TypeReal Estate Only
  • StatusActive

Community Information

  • Address249 E Baltimore
  • CityDetroit
  • CountyWayne
  • StateMI
  • Zip Code48202


05043-Det: Livernois-I75 6-Gd River


  • HeatingOther


  • ExteriorOther
  • FoundationSlab

School Information

  • DistrictDetroit

Additional Information

  • ZoningCommercial

Property Summary -- PATRICK MC GINNIS (PLATS): Located in Detroit in the 48202 zip code, this home was built in 1970 and is 7,181 square feet with Unknown bedrooms and Unknown bathrooms on 0.43 acres. It has been on the market for 256 days with an original listing price of $975,000. 249 E Baltimore is part of the Detroit School District.

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