|Catylist Listing ID:||30053282|
|Property Subtypes:||Free-Standing, Manufacturing, Light Industrial, Warehouse/Distribution|
|Contiguous Space:||122,698 SF|
|Building Size (RSF):||122,698 SF|
|Gross Land Area:||5 Acres|
$3.75 PSF (Annual)
|Base Monthly Rent:||$38,343|
|Docks/Doors:||3 Docks, 3 Doors|
|Office SF:||7,100 SF|
|Drive In Bays:||3 Bays|
2080 Brooklyn-A - Built 1995, pre-engineered steel construction. 96,894 sf, 24' ceilings, 3000 amps, 480 volts, large gas fired air rotation heat units, insulated ceiling and walls, fire suppression, two truck docks, three overhead doors, two bridge cranes (2 & 10 ton). Devilbiss paint booth is 18’ X 46’ with 15’ ceilings, doors at each end 13’ 8” high and 14’ wide, sprinklered and VFD fan controlled. All new LED light in shop area.
2080 Brooklyn-B - Built in 1990. 25,804 sf with 7,100 sf two story high finish office in front, one story lab (18,704 sf) behind it.
Buildings must be leased as a whole.
|Suite: 2080||122,698 SF||$3.75 PSF (Annual) NNN|
|Space Available:||122,698 SF|
$3.75 PSF (Annual)
|Space Description:||2080 Brooklyn-A - Built 1995, pre-engineered steel construction. 96,894 sf, 24' ceilings, 3000 amps, 480 volts, large gas fired air rotation heat units, insulated ceiling and walls, fire suppression, two truck docks, three overhead doors, two bridge cranes (2 & 10 ton). Devilbiss paint booth 18' X 46' with 15' ceilings. Doors at each end 13' 8 high and 14' wide. Sprinkled and VFD fan controlled. All new LED light in shop area.
2080 Brooklyn-B - 25,804 sf with 7,100 sf two story high finish office in front, one story lab (18,704 sf) behind it.
Buildings must be leased as a whole.
|Space Subcategory:||Warehouse/Distribution, Office Building|
|Drive In Bays||3|
|Office Space||7,100 SF|
|Tax ID/APN:||Summit Twp|
|Property Located Between:||Elm Avenue and South Street|
|Highway Access:||M-50, US-127|
|Airports:||Lansing, DTW, Jackson|
|Area Description:||Centrally located in Jackson County, Summit Township is comprised of a vibrant mix of welcoming neighborhoods, growing commercial and professional corridors, and a blend of recreational, cultural, and educational opportunities. The residents of Summit Township enjoy an abundance of natural beauty in our safe, well maintained parks, trails, nature preserves and golf courses. Summit Township is home to several private and public school systems, including Jackson College which, besides offering learning opportunities, attracts a variety of local and national entertainment to the Potter Center on campus. Summit Township will continue to embrace the character of our many established neighborhoods and businesses while welcoming new ideas and growth to enhance the lives of our residents now and in the future.|
|Total Number of Buildings:||2|
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Construction/Siding:||Metal Siding, Steel Frame|
|Parking Description:||Surface parking with lots of parking in rear of buildings large enough for truck parking.|
|Heat Type:||Natural Gas|
|Heat Source:||Wall Units|
|Internet Access:||Cable, Other|
|Zoning Description:||GENERALLY. (A) It is recognized by this chapter that the value to the public of designating certain areas for certain types of industrial uses is represented in the employment opportunities afforded to citizens and the resultant economic benefits conferred upon the township. (B) In order that this value may be maintained and this use encouraged, this chapter has established 2 zoning districts designed to regulate the location of industrial uses according to a well-considered plan which reflects the types of the use and the intensity of land, street, and highway use in each such district; potential nuisances and hazards which may cause unsafe and unhealthy conditions; and the relationship of industrial uses to each other and to other areas devoted to agricultural, residential, or commercial use and to streets, highways, and other means of transportation. (C) To these ends, certain uses which would function more effectively in other districts and would interfere with the operation of these industrial activities and the purpose of these districts have been excluded. (D) The purpose of each industrial district is further stated below. (Ord. -, Article IV, § 4.5, passed 9-12-2006) Bookmark§ 150.116 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (I-1). (A) This District is designed to provide suitable space for light industrial uses which operate in a safe, nonobjectionable and efficient manner, and which are compatible in appearance with and require a minimum of buffering measures from adjoining non-industrial zoning districts. (B) These uses generate a minimum of noise, glare, odor, dust, vibration, air and water pollutants, fire, explosive and radioactive hazards, and other harmful or obnoxious matter. (Ord. -, Article IV, § 4.5.1, passed 9-12-2006) Bookmark§ 150.117 GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (I-2). This District is designed to provide suitable space for industrial operations of all types that can comply with all provisions of this chapter and can assure protection of the public interest and surrounding property and persons. (Ord. -, Article IV, § 4.5.2, passed 9-12-2006)|
|Legal Description:||UNIT 4, 5, 6 MIDBROOK RICHLU CONDOMINIUMS|
|Proximity:||1 mile||3 miles||5 miles|
David L. Hamilton, CCIMSwisher Commercial
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