Retail•Street Retail•For Sale

1711 W. Washington Avenue, East Point, Georgia 30344

Sale Price $515,472
Zoning C-R (Commercial Redevelopment) with Downtown Architectural Overlay
Bldg Type Multi-Tenant
Status Existing
Vacancy 100%
Gross Bldg 3,543 SqFt
RBA 3,500 SqFt
Land Area .27 Acres
Improvements Level - Site as at road grade of both roadway frontages.
Great opportunity for an investor or owner/user. Currently 100% leased but offering Suite A, 2500 sf, for occupancy with 60 days notice to current tenant. Currently marketing this space for lease at $16/sf modified gross. Offering includes parcels #14015700120420 and #14015700120446 (this is 1/2 of the paved parking lot behind the building). 17 parking spaces in total, including 5 in front of the building. All utilities available and great visibility on the corner of a signalized intersection. New Ace Hardware across Church St. and recent sale of large church/school building on Washington Rd to Resurgence Hall Charter School. Former car dealership lot catty-corner from the property is under contract for a mixed-use redevelopment. Located in the northeasterly corner of the intersection of Church St. and W. Washington Avenue, just west of East Point St. Please note that the address may also show as 1711 Washington Road.
  • Located on the corner of a well-traveled and signalized intersection.
  • Current configuration of Suite A will accommodate a variety of office, medical or retail uses.
  • Property has been well maintained by the current ownership.
  • Parking lot behind the building offers additional parking capacity.
  • Redevelopment plans and building upgrades slated for remaining three corners of this intersection.
  • Property location is eligible for the programs offered through Downtown East Point Economic Authority.

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5/17/2019 11:37:44 AM 5/17/2019 3:06:08 PM
Pamela Zoellner
Director
Atlanta - Peachtree City

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