The historic Albury building, which was once home to a former city mayor's butcher shop, is on the market.
The property at the corner of Townsend and Smollett streets, which is presently home to the Proprietor cafe and Clancy's Food Store, is being offered for sale via expressions of interest closing on October 2.
In addition to the two ground level tenancies, there is also a two bedroom unit on level one at the property which had its original foundations laid in the late 1880s.
It was originally a saddlery before becoming a butcher shop operated by long-time mayor Alf Waugh.
When it was auctioned in 2010 the property was home to Andy's Family Meats and Casa Deli coffee shop.
The property is fully let with an annual income of about $110,00 with agents L.J Colquhoun Dixon handling the sale.
It had been owned by a Yarrawonga family before being sold to a Sydney investor about nine years ago.
The property is located opposite a proposed $30 million commercial and residential development which is still awaiting approval from the Joint Regional Planning Panel.
But there is still no date set for the JRPP hearing to give the project the final sign-off.
Mr Zauner also built the Gardens Medical Centre building in Smollett Street.
Also on the Townsend-Smollett intersection, the city's second Quest apartments complex was constructed in a section of the former wool store and opened in 2015.
Meanwhile, a former service station site in Holbrook's main street, which has sat idle for more than a decade, is also on the market.
It being offered for sale via expressions of interest closing on October 9.
The property at 124 Albury Street is located between the Holbrook Bakery and The Ten Mile Cafe.
Greater Hume Shire has already flagged its interest in the property which also includes a five-bedroom home.
Next week the council will re-visit its interest in the site in a closed session of the September meeting.
Last December it agreed to carry out "preliminary investigations" into the site's suitability to buy.
Consultants have undertaken a site soil analysis and a building structural integrity report with findings expected to be presented to councillors for consideration on Wednesday.
Nutrien Harcourts Holbrook is handling the sale.