The vacant building on campus court, previously known as Bitsy’s Flower Shop, is still looking for a buyer after the shop closed down three years ago.
Tommy Simons and Associates Realtors is asking $379,000 for the property but is also willing to consider leasing the property.
Tommy Simon, a sales executive, said the property is the only building ACU does not own in the businesses strip on north side of Campus Court. “But it could be an option for them,” Simon said.
Simon said he’s shown the building about six times this week. The space has been gutted and is ready for renovation for the buyer. The large space, approximately 3,960 ft, can be divided into several businesses or one big building, said Simon. He also said the clients who have looked at the property have been people interested in creating a business. One of the clients was an unnamed alumni from ACU.
A food truck, owned by the building owner, parks on the side of the parking lot.
According to tommysimons.com, the building is described as a “perfect business opportunity for many businesses seeking the appeal of college age adults.”
Built in 1959, the space used to be a beauty shop, tailor shop, grocery store, and a Bitsy’s, which was in service for 38 years.