LOOK: West Michigan Concert Venue, Historic Building Up For Sale
Last month we told you that a unique West Michigan music venue would be permanently closing after 11 years in operation. Now the historic building has been listed for sale.
Take a tour of the renovated space originally built in 1919 below.
Seven Steps Up in Spring Lake is Shutting Down
Seven Steps Up in downtown Spring Lake shared news of the venue's closure to social media, saying:
We have been so honored and humbled to share the music and experiences. This is absolutely one of the most difficult decisions and heart wrenching decisions we have ever had to make.
Seven Steps Up owners Gary Hanks-Carpenter and and Michelle Hanks say that all the concerts that are currently up for sale will still happen. December 10, 2022 show is the last concert listed on the venue's website.
In addition to concerts, Seven Steps Up also serves as a banquet and event center, hosting wedding receptions, corporate seminars, fundraisers, and more.
Seven Steps Up, Once A Masonic Temple, On Market For $925K
The historic, solid brick building at 116 S. Jackson St. was originally a Masonic Temple built in 1919.
The landmark is located in a prime spot downtown Spring Lake, close to shops and restaurants, surrounded by the Grand River, and just a few miles from Lake Michigan.
How much is it going for?
Seven Steps up is up for sale for $925,000.
The main floor and lower level has been renovated into an event and performance space. According to the listing, "This property boasts beautiful exposed brick, original hardwood floors, and so many unique features." Some of those features include a full walkout basement with large windows, walk in freezer, meal prep kitchen, and multiple fireplaces.
The upper level is currently being used as a residence, but has potential for other uses, with an open great room, kitchen with stainless steal appliances, and a bedroom suite with balcony.
Check out the inside and outside in the gallery below!