83-year-old building on Rochester's Second Street sold for $900,000
TD Bulldog Investments LLC, based in Rochester, purchased the 7,100-square-foot building tucked in between Anderson Wheelchair and the EVEN hotel. The Rochester property also stands across the street from St. Marys Hospital.
ROCHESTER — An 83-year-old building on Rochester’s Second Street Soutwest across from St. Marys Hospital recently sold for $900,000.
TD Bulldog Investments LLC purchased the 7,100-square-foot building at 1111 Second St. SW, tucked in between Anderson Wheelchair and the EVEN Hotel.
The deal closed on Sept. 1, 2022, and TD Bulldog made a down payment of $420,000.
Anna Maria Angelici and Kenneth Angelici sold the building, which had a previous life as a cafe. Marcelli's Espresso and Gourmet Coffee operated there from 2000 to 2006. Marcelli’s was followed by Jenine's for short run. The building features a green awning with “Marias” written on it.
In 2007, Anderson Wheelchair took over the property .
TD Bulldog, which is based in Rochester, lists James Anderson as its manager in the company’s incorporation documents.
The real estate sale documents list the future use of the property as “Retail/General Retail.”
Olmsted County estimated the total market value of the 1111 Second St. building at $399,800 for 2022-2023.