FRAMINGHAM -The property that was once the Chicken Bone and then El Mariachi Mexican restaurant is now for sale.
The properties at 358 and 362 Waverely Street (Route 135) are priced at $1.9 million. The 358 property is the restaurant. The property at 362 is an empty parking lot.
Located in the heart of Framingham’s rapidly revitalizing downtown Framingham, these contiguous properties both have Route 135 frontage and have tremendous redevelopment potential.
Listed with Cheryl Tully Stoll of MetroWest Commercial Real Estate, the two properties are located in an opportunity Zone, and in Framingham’s Central Business District.
The properties are two blocks from the busiest commuter rail stop on the Framingham/Worcester line.
The Chicken Bone closed in June 2014. El Mariachi opened in 2016 and closed earlier this year.
Built in 1892, the building is 5,612 square feet and sits on a 0.3 acres. The adjacent lot at 362 Waverely is 0.374 acres.