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Hawthorne Plaza 715 N. 9 th Street Salina, Kansas 67401.

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1 Hawthorne Plaza 715 N. 9 th Street Salina, Kansas 67401

2 Background Information The original Hawthorne School Building was designed by Architect Ben H. Byrnes in the Tudor Revival style. The school structure is distinguished by its reddish face brick, stone trim and castellated roofline. Brick stringcourses and ribbon windows encircle the original building. One-story brick additions were made to the structure in 1916, 1930, 1961 and The expanded classroom and office areas, as well as the multi-purpose room attached to the south and southeast of the original building. A stone Tudor arch that covered the main entrance to the building on the east was in-filled with masonry during this time and the original wood windows were replaced with aluminum windows having dark bronze frames. Detached modular classroom structures were added to the northern portion of the site in 1993 and 1996, but were later removed. The City of Salina designated the original Hawthorne School building as part of a Heritage Conservation District in However, the property is not listed on the State or National Register of Historic Places. The Conservation District designation means the school is one of 215 non-contiguous properties that were identified as having historical and/or architectural significance to the city.

3 Roof & Remodeling The building features a Butler Building Systems MR-24 Roof System with UL-90 rating (which allows for large insurance discounts) and was installed in June 1995 at a cost of $260,366Butler Building Systems MR-24 Roof System In 2007 remodeling in the newer 1 story portion of the building was done at a cost of over $150,000. This included new high quality carpeting, lighting, 9” of insulation, ceiling tiles, overhead door, interior doors and interior painting In 2007 the west parking lot was also expanded for additional off-street parking at a cost of over $25,000

4 Front View Historic Portion

5 Front View Newer Addition

6 Southeast Entry

7 South View of New Addition

8 West View of Historic Portion

9 North View of Building

10 West View of Multi-Purpose Room

11 Hawthorne

12 East Hallway New Addition

13 Office in Newer Addition

14 Executive Office

15 Private Conference Room

16 Training Room

17 Executive Work Stations

18 Remodeled Office-Classroom

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20 New Mail Center

21 Built-in Fire Alarm System Can be Linked to Security Alarm System

22 New Security Alarm System With 5 Key Pads, Motion Sensors, Other Features and Police Monitoring

23 Original Blueprints Are Available – Code Footprint Has Been Developed – Survey Has Been Completed & Final Development Site Plan Has Been Completed

24 ADA Approved Restroom

25 North Hallway in New Addition

26 Multi-Purpose Room Stage

27 Small Kitchen Adjoining Multi-Purpose Room

28 Executive Work Station

29 Shipping Area in New Addition

30 Private Office

31 Art Room in Lower Level of Historic Building

32 Office in Lower Level of Historic Building

33 Classroom – Dormitory Area 1 st Floor of Historic Building

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35 Library – Dormitory Area 1 st Floor of Historic Building

36 Library – Dormitory of 1 st Floor of Historic Building

37 Built-in Oak Cabinets in Library

38 Fiber-Optic Line and Rack in 1 st Floor of Historic Building

39 Classroom on 2 nd Floor of Historic Building

40 Classroom on 2 nd Floor Of Historic Building

41 Unique Classroom Closet Doors Each Linked To Operate Together

42 Private Executive Office on 2 nd Floor of Historic Building

43 Double Pane – Energy Efficient Windows in Historic Building

44 Curved Oak Stair Rail in Historic Building

45 Fire Escape From 2 nd Floor in Historic Building

46 Tool Room in Lower Level of Historic Building (Note Concrete Construction)

47 Newer Natural Gas Fired Boiler System Services Both Buildings

48 Pneumatic Thermostat Controls For Boiler System

49 Butler Building Systems – MR-24 Roof System Installed on Both Buildings in June 1995 at Cost of $260,366

50 Aerial View of Buildings and Land (Note Portable Classroom is Gone)

51 Floor Plans

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54 Salina, Kansas Map Map Quest Map (Please click link then zoom in or out for additional detail or information)Map Quest Map

55 Mature Trees and Decorative Shrubs

56 Historic Building Built in 1912 With New Additions Built in 1916, 1930, 1961 and 1993

57 Zoning – Architect The property is currently zoned as Planned C1 and was previously zoned for Multi Family Residential use Jones & Gillam Architects – Engineers has been retained to assist with the planned development of this property. Charles Renz has been taking the lead in the project. Their offices are located across the street east of the Hawthorne Plaza Building

58 Pricing – Square Footage – Land The Hawthorne Building contains 40,930 SF of space. The building rests on 2.8 acres of land Priced at $498,000 the building alone is valued at only $12.22 per square foot!!! The 2.8 acres of commercial development land, conveniently located between I-70 Highway and Downtown Salina, is worth at least $182,952 (121,968 SF at $1.50/SF) as well. This wonderful, historic building and land may be purchased at only $498,000.

59 Contact Dave Rose President United Country - Mid West eServices, Inc. P.O. Box N. 9th Street, Suite 108 Salina, KS Phone: Cell: Fax: Web Site:


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