The lease for a piece of Moose Jaw history is now on the real estate market. 

After closing in March, the former SLGA liquor store in Moose Jaw, located at the historic CP train station, has been listed by ICR Commercial Real Estate. 

According to the listing, there are two loading docks, a storage distribution area, a large retail area and customer and staff parking. 

The amount of available space in the lease is listed at about 11,500 square feet and it is listed at an occupancy rate of $11 per square foot. 

The building had been used by SLGA until the provincial government announced it was getting out of the liquor business by closing all government-owned liquor stores and auctioning off liquor licenses.

According to the province, SLGA owned 19 of 34 properties with five of those buildings being repurposed for other government organizations, while the others will be sold.

The provincial government has said it's sold seven former SLGA buildings in Esterhazy, La Ronge, Buffalo Narrows, Creighton, Carlyle, Humboldt and Moosomin for a total of over $2 million.