Five years ago its owner drew bricbats for allowing the building to become a blight. Boarded up, its Moorish windows covered over, it became a magnet for gang graffiti.
The Weisbrod Building at 2001 San Pablo Avenue was designed by Spivek and Spivek in 1930, and recieved official designation by the city as a Structure of Merit in 1985.
Now that it has been restored -- and we hear tell architect Jim Novosel isn't finished yet -- the building is ready for a new occupant.
Who would be an ideal tenant for a 1,800-square-foot space on the heavily trafficked corner of San Pablo and University avenues? A dance studio? An art gallery?
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