It’s not cheap. But it’s big. Big enough to share if you have business-minded friends. Just think, art gallery AND clothing shop. Or noodle restaurant AND wine bar. Or hardware store AND produce. You get the point—make it what you want.
Oh, and then there’s the added bonus of knowing the building’s being restored to its 1930’s-era glory. Plus you can call the future Cafe Red, Portland Ketchup Company and Red Castle Games neighbors (Plaid Pantry, too, if that’s what excites you).