Culinary Arts Specialties, LLC, has purchased the former Royal N' Orleans Building at 300 Broadway in downtown Cape Girardeau.
The new buyers closed on the sale of the property on Thursday, April 29, according to Cynthia Austin of Realty Executives Commercial Realty.
She said the new owners, who are local, will be announcing their plans for the building's future in the next few weeks.
It is unknown who the owners of Culinary Arts Specialties, LLC, are, however the company's registered agent is R. Michael Howard, a Cape Girardeau attorney with The Limbaugh Firm.
According to records kept by the Cape Girardeau County Assessor's office, the property has an appraised value of just over $650,000.
A selling price was not disclosed on the building previously owned by John and Jerrianne Wyman, who operate Mollies and Roxy's Big Country Saloon and Brick Street Gallery.
The structure was built in 1868 and has served as an opera house, meeting place for German immigrants, Masonic temple, grocery store and production facility for the Daily Republican, which later became the Southeast Missourian.
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