|Catylist Listing ID:||30855723|
|Property Subtypes:||Industrial, Office, Retail, Other|
|Gross Land Area:||10.01 Acres|
|Unit Price:||$97,402 Per Acre|
|Sale Terms:||Cash to Seller|
10 +/- acres of industrial vacant land for sale in Northfield Township.
Located south of N. Territorial Rd and West of US-23.
Easy access to US-23 and M-14
Zoned LI (limited industrial) in the WLNT overlay district allowing for industrial, office, retail, animal clinic, indoor recreation and more.
Gas, electricity and sewer available.
|Finance Data Year||2023|
|Assessed Value - Total($)||$431,700 (Annual)|
|Real Estate Taxes - Annual($)||$7,698 (Annual)|
|Nearest MSA:||Ann Arbor|
|Submarket/Township:||Washtenaw W of 23|
|Taxing Authority:||Northfield Township|
|Zoning:||LI - LIMITED INDUSTRIAL|
|Property Located Between:||South of N.Territorial|
|Side of Street:||East|
|Legal Description:||TRANS 10/20/95 OWNER REQUEST ****FROM 0220300021 12/11/95NO 20-10A-1B-2A-3 PCL "A-3" COM AT SW COR SEC 20, TH N 02-01-50 E 194.11 FT TO POB, TH CONT N 02-01-50 E 217.00 FT, TH N 61-43-48 E 1351.98 FT, TH S 35-51-25 E 420.00 FT, TH S 70-18-49 W 1534.10 FT TO POB. PT OF SW 1/4 SEC 20, T1S-R6E. 10.01 AC|
|Largest Nearby Street:||Whitmore Lake Rd|
|Feet of Frontage:||420|
|Highway Access:||US-23, M-14, I-94, I-96|
|Airports:||DTW, ANN ARBOR|
|Area Description:||The Township of Northfield aspires to be a hospitable and pleasant community that nurtures its diverse natural, historical, cultural and social assets to foster a safe, clean, prosperous, attractive place in which to live, work, shop, grow and play. To provide efficient and effective Township services, through comprehensive planning based on long term systematic principles that foster an open, honest, responsive government. To do this in an environment that provides for maximum services provided in the most fiscally conservative manner. Northfield is a general law Township, encompassing 36 square miles. Our governing body consists of a Township Board, an appointed Township Manager, and various boards and commissions that carry out the direction and policy for our township. As the Township's legislative body, the Township Board determines policy, rules, and laws not directly set by state or federal law / municipal statutes. The board sets these policies through various regulatory means at open public meetings; including resolutions, ordinances and through budget appropriations. In general, it is the Township Board’s responsibility to set policy, and the Township Manager's directive to implement policy and oversee the day-to-day functions of Township Government. Northfield also has a full time police department, and a paid, on-call fire department supplemented by a duty program. Both the Police and Fire Departments are overseen by a Pubic Safety Director, a position created in 2007. The Township also supports a Community Center, and operates its own Sewer Treatment Facility, providing service to many homes and businesses in Northfield Township and parts of Green Oak Township. For more information, please visit: https://www.twp-northfield.org/index.php|
|Zoning Description:||LI—LIMITED INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT in WLNT Overlay District This district is composed of those areas of the township whose principal use is or ought to be light manufacturing and other limited industrial uses. 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. This district has been located within the township to permit the development of these industrial uses, to protect adjacent agricultural, residential and commercial areas against the encroachment of incompatible uses, and to lessen congestion on public streets and highways. 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 this district have been excluded. Permitted uses: The following buildings and structures, and uses of parcels, lots, buildings and structures, are permitted in this district; provided that materials and equipment to be used in the principal business and products resulting from the principal business shall be stored within a completely enclosed building. Such products, materials, and equipment may be stored outdoors if a conditional use permit therefore is obtained in accordance with this chapter. (1) Reserved. (2) The manufacturing, compounding, process, or treatment of such products as bakery goods, candy, cosmetics, dairy products, food products, perfumes, pharmaceutical toiletries, and frozen food lockers. (3) Assembly of merchandise such as electrical appliances, electronic or precision instruments and articles of similar nature. (4) Packaging of previously prepared materials, but not including the bailing of discards, old iron or other metal, wood, lumber, glass, paper, rags, cloth or other similar materials; recycling centers. (5) Printing, lithographic, blueprinting and similar uses. (6) Warehousing and material distribution centers; provided all products and materials are enclosed within a building. (7) Light manufacturing industrial uses which by the nature of the materials, equipment and processes utilized are to a considerable extent clean, quiet and free from any objectionable or dangerous nuisance or hazard, including any of the following goods or materials: drugs; jewelry; musical instruments; sporting goods; glass products; small household appliances; electronic products; printed matter; baked and dairy products; advertising displays; tents and awnings; brushes and brooms; cameras and photographic equipment and supplies; wearing apparel; leather products and luggage, but not including tanning; products from such finished materials as plastic, bone, cork, feathers, felt, fiber, paper, glass, hair, horn, rubber, shell, or yarn. (8) Research and testing facilities. (9) An accessory use, building or structure. (10) A sign, only in accordance with the regulations specified in article XXVI of this chapter. (11) Essential services, as provided in section 36-65. (12) Public utility structures located on the surface of the ground, including, but not limited to, transformer sub-stations, pumping stations, communications relay stations, gas and steam regulating valves and stations. (13) Landscape and lawn care businesses. For more information, please visit: https://library.municode.com/mi/northfield_township,_(washtenaw_co.)/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=COOR_CH36ZO|
|Available Utilities:||Electric, Gas, Sewer, Cable|
|Proximity:||3 miles||5 miles|
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