Courtesy of: Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty
Year Build: 1938
Address: 306 S MacDonald --
100 ft HEIGHT ''F.P. Nielson & Sons'' tower was built in 1938 by Frihoff Peter Nielson, is one of the last remnants of Old Mesa's history that can be repurposed with a little Architectural imagination. This Flower Silo was once in the center of major agricultural activity; as farms and ranches spanned the area, producing livestock, grains, citrus, grapes, and other fruits and vegetables. Nestled along side of the train track, freight cars once stopped there to load grain from the silos. Sir Nielson and his three sons operated the grain elevator for three decades. Sold it to an out of state grain broker in 1969. In 1975, it closed for good. Nearby farmland were rapidly rezoned to housing projects and communities; Zoned Commercial - Town Center Naming right on the building plus dual side Billboard that high makes this monumental legacy buy a special buy.
Proposed Use: Car Vending Machine like Carvana; Cell Tower; Billboard; Brewery; INDOOR SKYDIVING, like iFly Phoenix or operate it as Grain Shiloh
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