240 10th ST, Astoria, OR 97103
An opportunity to secure a piece of Astoria rich history, the Occident Building is an example of early 1920s architectural design in Astoria. The building was named for the Occident Hotel, which was built in 1869 by Captain George Flavel and stood on the southeast corner of what today is 10th and Bond. Strong tenant history. Professionally maintained major renovations throughout the building. Long term tenants with the desire to remain in the building.
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