|Catylist Listing ID:||30224372|
|Property Subtypes:||Mixed Use, Office Showroom|
|Contiguous Space:||4,800 SF|
|Building Size (RSF):||4,800 SF|
|Gross Building Area:||See Agent|
|Gross Land Area:||2.80 Acres|
$6.50 PSF (Annual)
|Base Monthly Rent:||$2,600|
|Lease Types:||Modified Gross|
|Drive In Bays:||2 Bays|
4,800 sf space divided into 3 bays - 1,700 sf, 1,900 sf, and 1,200 sf.
Front 1,700 sf has windows across front and 10' overhead door to bring in vehicles or product. Excellent showroom, suspended ceiling. Middle 1,900 sf has 12' overhead door, all open shop area. Back 1,200 sf is finished office or retail, could be separate rental or subleased.
Space has approved class B used car license and new BendPak 10,000 LB 2 post lift for sale at $12,500 if desired.
|Suite: C-D-F||4,800 SF||$6.50 PSF (Annual) Modified Gross|
|Space Available:||4,800 SF|
$6.50 PSF (Annual)
|Lease Type:||Modified Gross|
|Space Description:||Suite C: 1,700 sf commercial suite with windows across front. 10 ft overhead door to bring in vehicles or product. Excellent showroom, suspended ceiling.
Suite D: 1,900 sf warehouse suite has 12 ft overhead door. All open shop area.
Suite F: 1,200 sf suite is finished office or retail. Could be separate rental or subleased.
|Space Subcategory:||Warehouse/Distribution, Office Showroom|
|Drive In Bays||2|
|Nearest MSA:||Ann Arbor|
|Submarket/Township:||Washtenaw W of 23|
|Taxing Authority:||Manchester Township|
|Property Located Between:||Corner of M-52 and Sharon Valley, North of Manchester|
|Area Description:||Manchester is a village in Washtenaw County, Michigan, situated on the River Raisin, founded in 1833 and named after Manchester, England. The community grew up around the river’s water power and historic Mill Pond. It is a small, closely-knit community, which provides opportunities for leisure time involvement in organizations, churches, and schools. It provides cultural resources for residents of the adjacent rural townships. The Village is a full service center and not a suburb. Its geographical position has thus far saved it from the pressures of rapid urbanization and encourages self-sufficiency even in recreational pursuits. However, the Village is within driving distance of a variety of cultural events in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Adrian, Jackson, and of programs at two universities and several colleges. Manchester has four parks and the Leonard Preserve that offer beautiful settings for gatherings or walking. Downtown provides unique family restaurants, arts, antiques and gifts. The Italianate architecture preserves the charm of 19th century America, and includes several historic churches and homes. Community-wide festivities are still a dominant theme in Village life including the reknowned Manchester Chicken Broil, the canoe and boat race in May, Memorial Day parade, the Community Fair, Fourth of July celebration, gazebo concerts, Riverfolk Festival, Sportsman’s Club activities/events, and numerous other community, club, school and church events. Manchester schools offer excellent performing arts center, gym, weight room, media center, telecommunications lab, as well as many academic resources including Smartboards, projectors, computer labs, and recently our one to one iPad roll out for each student. They strive to provide a secure, challenging learning environment which will empower all students to achieve their greatest potential.|
|Total Number of Buildings:||1|
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Construction/Siding:||Brick, Concrete, Steel Frame|
|Parking Description:||Lots of parking available|
|Heat Type:||Natural Gas|
|Air Conditioning:||Package Unit|
|Zoning Description:||SECTION 9.01 ·PURPOSE This district has been located within the Township to serve the retail and office needs of Township residents and the motoring public. The district is intended to develop as compact commercial centers where uses are compatible with, and supportive of each other, in one or more buildings of a unified architectural character, and on a site that is planned, developed and managed as one operating unit. It is intended that each site be landscaped with a common unifying theme, and be provided with common drives, parking areas, and service areas. This district is intended to guarantee to the public that commercial uses will be provided in a shopping center environment and not in a miscellaneous, uncoordinated arrangement of uses on individual lots. It is intended that the district provide an attractive, comfortable, and convenient environment for patrons, and that the center be compatible with neighboring uses, especially residential uses. SECTION 9.02 - LOCATION OF A COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL CENTER DISTRICT A Community Commercial Center District shall be located in areas of Manchester Township that are designated as employment zones or of commercial designation in the Township's adopted General Development Plan. SECTION 9.03 - PERMITTED USES A. Food services including grocery, meat market, bakery, restaurant, delicatessen and fruit market, but not including any business of a drive-in type. B. Clothing and apparel services, including laundry pickup, automatic laundry, dressmaking, millinery, tailor shop and shoe repair shop. C. Personal services, including barber shop and beauty salon, music studios, banks and saving and loan associations, and other similar uses. D. Hardware, home improvements, garden supplies, hobby supplies, records and tapes, books and stationery, pets and pet supplies, flowers, tobacco, drugs and cosmetics, greeting cards and gifts, photography supplies and services, and party supplies, including packaged beer, wine and liquor. E. Medical and dental clinics, business and professional offices such as legal, engineering, accounting, financial services, and insurance. F. Equipment services, including repair, radio and television electrical appliance shop, plumber, electrician, and other similar services and trades. G. Motel, hotel, tourist homes and boarding and rooming houses H. Police, fire, ambulance stations and governmental offices. I. Hospitals, nursing homes, sanitariums; animal hospitals or clinics. J. Funeral establishments, mortuary. K. Restaurants serving alcoholic beverages. L. Open air display area for the sale of manufactured products, such as or similar to garden furniture, earthenware, hardware items and nursery stock, or the rental of manufactured products or equipment, small tools, pneumatic-tired two- and four-wheeled utility trailers, pneumatic-transit cement mixers, wheelbarrows, rollers and similar products or equipment. M. Showroom and sales of new automobiles, farm machinery, and other vehicle and equipment, and the display and sale of used cars, farm machinery, and other vehicles and equipment when in conjunction with a showroom, and sales of new units thereof; and repair of same when in conjunction with a showroom and sales of new units thereof. N. Gasoline service station, including minor repair services when provided on a lot with a minimum front age on any street of 150 feet and when no more than two such stations shall exist at an intersection. 0. A sign, only in accordance with the regulations specified in ARTICLE 14.0. P. An accessory use, building or structure. Q. Public services, except as provided for elsewhere in this district, provided that no storage of materials, equipment, vehicles, or supplies shall be located on the premises; that no personnel shall be quartered or (to see more contact listing agent)|
|Legal Description:||OWNER REQUEST PER WD L/P 03/30/10 MA 2-2C BEG AT N 1/4 COR SEC 2, TH N 88-20-16 E 595.69 FT IN N/LN OF SEC TO C/LN OF M-52, TH SW'LY AND S'LY IN SAID C/LN OF M-52 TO N-S 1/4 LN, TH N ALNG SAID N-S 1/4 LN TO THE POB, EXC HWY M-52 ROW, ALSO EXC COM AT N 1/4 COR SEC 2, TH N 88-20-16 E 595.69 TO A POB, TH S 88-20-16 W 126.94 FT, TH S 01-39-44 E 26.03 FT, TH S 54-03-12 W 73.47 FT, TH 39.88 FT ALNG ARC OF CURV-LFT-RAD 1047.00 FT - CH S 52-57-43 W 39.88 FT, TH S 38-07-46 E 50.00 FT TO C/LN M-52, TH NE'LY ALNG SAID C/LN TO THE POB, ALSO EXC COM AT N 1/4 COR SEC 2, TH N 88-20-16 E 595.69 FT TO C/LN M-52, TH S 54-03-12 W 193.02 FT, TH 452.98 FT ALNG ARC OF CURV-LFT-RAD 997.00 FT - CH S 41-02-14 W 449.09 FT TO A POB, TH N 61-58-44 W 38.45 FT, TH N 89-14-09 W 65.36 FT, TH N 90-00-00 W 33.00 FT TO N-S 1/4 LN, TH S'LY ALNG SAID N-S 1/4 LN TO C/LN M-52, TH NE'LY ALNG SAID C/LN TO THE POB. PT OF NE 1/4 SEC 2, T4S-R3E 2.85 AC. SPLIT ON 04/09/2010 FROM P -16-02-100-003;|
|Proximity:||1 mile||3 miles||5 miles|
David L. Hamilton, CCIMSwisher Commercial
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