2933 Gratiot Avenue Sold

Eastern Market
Sold for $900,000


17,600 Square Feet Built In 1912

2933 Gratiot Avenue was built as The Wohlfeil Building in 1912 by Charles Wohlfeil, a furniture merchant who immigrated from Germany in 1887. Known occupants and users of the property and its associated historical addresses include furniture store (1913-1930), Chene Restaurant Equipment Co. (1964-1973), and Buch Supply Co. (1977-2015).


2933 Gratiot Avenue is a 17,600 SF Building with 4,400 SF floor plates that includes a full basement. The building has a working freight elevator as well as 2 stairwells that go from the basement to the top floor. The building has many original finishes and details throughout including tin ceilings, hardwood floors, custom woodwork, high ceilings, and large windows. The portfolio also includes 2921 Gratiot Avenue, a 3,000 SF single story building with original terrazzo flooring. The building is split into (3) 1,000 SF retail spaces with the ability to add a large patio or parking in the rear of the building.  Also included is 2939 Gratiot Avenue a 7,579 SF lot allowing a new developer ample parking.


Building Features

Located in an Opportunity Zone

New Roof on 2933 Gratiot

Mural by Pat Perry

Repaired & Operational Freight Elevator

Sealed Basement from Water Leaks

Asbestos Pipes Removed

Phase I & 2 Complete



Vincent Mazzola
313 704 2678