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Adam Haffajee

Associate Broker / Director of Strategy

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  • Cell 810.610.7194
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933 Lansing Ave, CITY OF JACKSON, MI – $57,000

  • $57k Price
  • 1,302 Sqft
  • .17 Acres
  • $57k Price
  • 1,302 Sqft
  • .17 Acres

933 Lansing Ave

Great utility for office, retail, salon, and multiple other uses. Zoning is Commercial 2. Professionally remodeled with nice appointments. Newer rubber roof. Electrical system is to code. Pole sign for your marquee sign. Large display windows. Glass block transom windows. Walk right into show room, office or retail space at 18 x 50. Separate area for front office, 11 x 7, and back office at 11 x10. All new plumbing includes a 1st floor handicap bathroom. Large and well finished downstairs with drywall and carpet, 50 x 18. High traffic commercial district with cell phone, barber shop, bar, restaurant, gas, fast food, and multiple other businesses nearby! Great value!

Essential Information

  • MLS® #55201900443
  • Price$57,000
  • Total Sq. Ft1,302
  • Acres0.17
  • Year Built1925
  • TypeCommercial
  • Sub-TypeCommercial
  • StatusActive

Community Information

  • Address933 Lansing Ave
  • Area12132-Jackson
  • SubdivisionNA
  • CityCITY OF JACKSON
  • CountyJackson
  • StateMI
  • Zip Code49202

Amenities

  • UtilitiesSecurity Alarm

Interior

  • HeatingCentral Air, Forced Air

Exterior

  • ExteriorBrick

School Information

  • DistrictJackson

Listing Details

  • OfficeRE/MAX MID-MICHIGAN R.E.
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