The Pike House, 230 E. Fulton Street, Grand Rapids.
GRAND RAPIDS (G.R. Business Journal) -- One of downtown's oldest and most unique buildings has gone into receivership and is being marketed by a real estate management firm and turnaround consultant headquartered in Grand Rapids on behalf of the Indiana-based mortgage holder.
First Financial Bank, formerly Irwin Union Bank and Trust, foreclosed on the Pike House, 230 E. Fulton St., and is offering the two-story, 24,751-square-foot building for sale through Amicus Management.
The structure, which was built in 1844, is being listed for $1.495 million, but eventually will be sold to the highest bidder.
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