|Catylist Listing ID:||30530329|
|Property Subtypes:||Mixed Use, Restaurant, Street Retail, Tavern/Bar/Nightclub|
|Building Size (RSF):||7,098 SF|
|Sale Price:||See Agent|
|Property Use Type:||Vacant/Owner-User|
|Sale Terms:||Cash to Seller|
Located in the heart of affluent downtown Dexter.
Includes real estate, furniture/fixture/equipment and liquor license.
Confidentiality Agreement required for further information.
|Zoning:||CBD - CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT|
|Retail Clientele:||General, Family, Tourist|
|Property Located Between:||Baker and Dexter-Chelsea Road|
|Largest Nearby Street:||Baker|
|Highway Access:||I-94, US-23|
|Airports:||DTW, Ann Arbor|
|Site Description:||Located in the heart of downtown Dexter with municipal parking in front and behind building.|
|Area Description:||The City of Dexter is located in Southeast Michigan, along the banks of the Huron River and Mill Creek. Residents and visitors can enjoy a day on a river, walking along nature trails, or biking on the County Border-to-Border trail, stopping in our historic downtown for lunch and some shopping. Cultural activities include a local theater, historical museum, summer concerts, ice skating in the winter, festivals, and simply playing in the parks. With access to business and industrial properties along Jackson Boulevard and an easy 15 minute drive to downtown Ann Arbor, Dexter’s businesses and retail connect to the greater Washtenaw County network with ease.|
|Total Number of Buildings:||1|
|Number of Stories:||2|
|Parking Description:||Municipal lot and street parking|
|Air Conditioning:||Engineered System|
|Zoning Description:||CBD, Central Business District Permitted Uses A. Retail establishments for the sale of such products as art/supplies, hardware, books, stationary, flowers, clothing, shoes, music, sporting goods, painting and wallpaper supplies, drugs, and notions, gifts, and home entertainment supplies and rental, and similar specialty retail shops. B. Personal service establishments such as barber shops, beauty salons, and dry cleaners: including repair shops for watches, bicycles, jewelry, and other such items. C. Food establishments, retail up to 2000 square feet of gross floor: such as for the sale of groceries, fruit and meat; baked goods; and dairy products. D. Restaurants, sit down which do or do not serve alcohol. E. Banks, savings and loan institutions, and credit unions without drive up windows. F. Business and professional offices such as administrative, legal, architecture, engineering, insurance, real estate, accounting, medical, dental, and other similar offices. G. Printing and photographic reproduction establishments. H. Public buildings and offices, post offices, museums, libraries, community centers, and Senior Centers. I. Schools, commercial: such as dance, art, and music. J. Theaters, cinemas. Special Uses K. An integration of upper floor residential, commercial/retail, and office uses within a building. A. Food establishments, retail over 2000 square feet of gross floor area but not to exceed 20,000 square feet of gross floor area: such as for the sale of groceries, fruit and meat; baked goods; and dairy products. B. Restaurants, carryout. C. Bars/Taverns/Lounges. D. Banks, savings and loan institutions, and credit unions with drive up windows. E. Service Establishments of an office/workshop/retail outlet or showroom nature, such as plumbing, electrician, interior decorating, dressmaking, tailoring, upholstering, home appliance and other establishments of similar character subject to the provision that not more than fifty (50) percent of the total useable floor area of the establishment shall be used for servicing, repairing, or processing activities. F. Indoor Recreation G. Outdoor cafes and eating areas. H. Small animal clinics. I. Bed and Breakfast Inns.|
Jeffrey EvansSwisher Commercial
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