The property on Hale Street is 2,600 square feet and is on sale for $450,000, Morris said.
Generation Charleston is also showcasing a large vacant building in the East End furniture district just behind Appalachian Power Park.
Showcasing the 65,000- to 75,000-square-foot Charmco building might spark interest from developers who could turn the structure into apartments or condos, Morris others with the organization hope.
"We're hoping to generate some traction and see if there are any developers that would like to develop that property into commercial or residential use," Morris said.
The property is six stories, and an asking price has not yet been established, he said.
Another intriguing possibility for development is the lot on Quarrier Street where the Holley Hotel used to sit, Morris said.
City Manager David Molgaard will speak about the plan to use the property for a complex including apartments for young professionals during the three-day urban living showcase, which starts with today's Loft Walk and ends on Thursday.
Molgaard and other city leaders envision a structure with apartments on the upper floors and commercial space on the ground level.
The plan hinges on employers subsidizing employees' rent to keep the payments affordable for recent college graduates.
"I think it's a brilliant idea," Morris said. "I think this plan is innovative and it could work."
Meanwhile, Morris and Generation Charleston also are conducting an inventory of buildings already available for development.
"Instead of a 'build it and they will come' philosophy, we're wanting to show developers that there is a demand for downtown housing and hopefully they'll develop some vacant buildings," he said.
The Loft Walk is free and open to the public, and food and refreshments will be served at Adelphia Sports Bar during the event.