Turnkey 12th & Elmwood industrial properties

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June 27, 2012

This week we spotlight two Victor Ross Commercial Real Estate listings that combined, offer the perspective new owner roughly 39,400 square feet of warehouse, manufacturing and office space at 4611 E. 11th St.

Tucked neatly between the railroad tracks and East 11th Street near historic Elmwood Cemetery, these buildings offer a 5.9-acre site with secured access, rolling doors wide enough for semi trailers and roughly 3,700 square feet of very nicely finished office space just off the 12th Street commercial corridor. Access can be had either off 12th Street or via Elmwood to 11th. Both properties offer dock space as well for added shipping and receiving flexibility.

Zoned M15 (heavy manufacturing) and RP (auto parking), an existing manufacturing or warehousing operation could move to the site on a turn-key basis. There’s even an unfinished area in the back of the 4611 property that could be converted to additional manufacturing or storage space.

Up front, the 11th Street pedestrian entrance is monitored by a 24-hour security system and opens in to a lovely office space for sales and support personnel. Staff parking can be done either on the 11th Street frontage or in the adjacent, fenced vacant lot that comes with the property.

Don Nickell of Victor Ross Commercial Real Estate has these two parcels listed at $675,000. That’s unheard of in commercial real estate circles for a commercial, M2 zoned property.

Call Don Nickell today at (816) 483-0500 if you’d like to have a guided showing of this outstanding industrial listing. Visit their website at www.victorrossandcompany.com to see more commercial listings.

– Michael Bushnell

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