2272 Central Ave. is a commercial property located in the heart of Midtown Memphis, within the Cooper-Young Historic District.
Built in 1955, this completely renovated brick structure is conveniently located on Central Ave., surrounded by other commercial properties and businesses.
Currently the home of River City Sound Productions, a recording studio, it was previously the home of WRVR radio station, and a gosple radio station, although the building could be used for almost any purpose, it would serve well as a retail space, offices, etc.
The lobby is spacious (24x09) and features a seating area, custom lighting, tile flooring, and custom paint. There is also a bar area adjoining the lobby space (12x11) that features a solid African Zebra wood bar (gorgeous!).
There are two spacious private offices convenient to the lobby space. The first office is the largest (20x09) and offers a corrugated ceiling, a tin wall, a landscape window, laminate wood floors, and fresh paint.
The second office is a bit smaller (12x11) and offers custom faux paint finishes and neutral carpet.
There is a kitchenette with an electric stove and small refrigerator (stays!), as well as a mechanical room (10x06) adjacent to the kitchen. Both of these spaces are convenient to the first office.
The largest of the two recording studios, studio one (19x11) has double insulated walls for sound-proofing, two walls of decorative cedar boards (also used for sound-proofing), parquet wood floors, and custom paint, with a large picture window overlooking the sound room that adjoins this studio.
The sound room in studio one (15x11) offers two additional sound-proof rooms, a storage closet, fresh paint, a wall of decorative cedar for sound-proofing, and parquet wood floors.
The second recording studio (13x09) is just down the hall and offers a similar set up as the larger studio. Studio two also has parquet wood flooring, two walls of custom cedar
- Listing Status: Sold
- Year Built: 1955