A prominent downtown Rochester building was sold for $5.3 million last week.
The 130-year-old former Odd Fellows building at 23 Second St. S.W. was purchased by Baheya LLC of Rochester, according to the Olmsted County Property Records.
Oxford Property Management, a Rochester firm, is listed on county records as the manager of the building.
It was sold by 23 Second Street SW LLC, a Rochester property investment company.
The storefront space at the corner of Second Street and First Avenue Southwest is empty.
Think Mutual Bank moved out in July. Think shifted its downtown branch two blocks south to the Minnesota Biobusiness Center at 221 First Ave. S.W.
There's no word yet if Baheya has any tenant slated to move into the space or if the ownership switch will mean any changes for the other tenants like Eagle Drug, Newt's Express and HDR Architecture.
Think Bank owned the building until selling it to 23 Second Street SW LLC for $2.8 million in 2007. Think bought it from the Rochester Odd Fellows Lodge for $700,000 in 1998.