Anybody want to buy a famous waterfront saloon? The Sundance Saloon property is for sale on Craigslist with an asking price of $2.9 million.
Citing “260 feet of prime, crystal clear, privately owned waterfront property” and the “restaurant/bar/dance hall/building and property”, the listing also includes Sundance’s liquor license, bar decks, dance floors, boat and waverunner slips.
Sundance had a heady heyday in past decades when it was the place to be on the Parker Strip. After many years closed and much speculation about its future, the original owner Jim Shubin reopened it on Memorial Day weekend this year.
Shubin and his brother Nick owned Sundance from 1978 until 1998, when it was sold to new owners who talked about building condos on the site. Shubin regained control of the property in a foreclosure and, according to the listing, would now like to retire.
“Possibilities are endless,” the ad reads. “This is a prime hot spot property because of location, history and notoriety. In addition, a great place to live.”
Shubin says the property has been appraised at $4.5 million.