This is your chance at owning a part of Mississippi Main Street history. Built in 1920, 409 W Oak Street was Sears Roebuck in Laurel's heyday. After years of abandonment, the 4 story, 22,000 sq ft building underwent a $5 million renovation circa 2008. It was the first multi-purpose building in the area, housing a cafe, office space, and residential apartments. It was one of the pioneer revitalization projects in Downtown Laurel that paved the way to the city's once again thriving business district. The 1st floor of the building houses Lee's Coffee & Tea, a full restaurant and coffee shop frequented by many locals and tourists alike, and a gift shop. The restaurant expands to the 2nd floor for additional dining on the mezzanine, one of the most impressive features...
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