Retail Space For Rent
Located in the heart of Winona’s downtown district, 102 Walnut’s retail space for lease is built to suit and is in a prime location to draw in locals and visitors alike. The beautiful red brick and large glass windows of the newly renovated retail space is a great way to catch customers’ attention bring them into your store. Just one block from the Mississippi River and within walking distance of several prominent historic landmarks, this retail space is in the middle of bustling Winona.
The unshaded areas on the retail space floor plan are available for lease and can be built to suit. The shaded areas of the floor plan are currently leased.
Historic Retail Space Restoration
The building has been renovated to suit retail purposes including large storefront windows, restored decorative stamped tin ceilings, plaster walls, and bead-board walls and ceilings. The updated electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and fire suppression offer comfort and peace of mind for renters. To accommodate retail purposes the restored large 2-sided elevator is accessible on all floors. This historic building stands out in the busy downtown area and is a great location for any retail purpose!
Retail Space Amenities
Enjoy personal care with a locally managed and owned facility
The ADA compliant property offers easy access for your customers
Min. Divisible of 1,000 Square Ft
Restored stamped tin 14′ ceilings offers additional vertical space.
22,000 square ft. of spacious rental area available
Double-sided elevator offers large space with retail purposes in mind
2100 square feet of available retail space in South-east corner of building
The exposed post and beam construction restored for unique interior
Easily display retail merchandise in front of ceiling to floor storefront glass
Ceiling and Walls include beautifully restored painted bead-board
Building design offers 17,400 square feet of available retail space
Building security includes continuous monitored video
Professional Class B Building
Located near tourist attractions, art district, and Mississippi River