Industrial Space for Lease in Dexter

Industrial for Lease
Catylist Listing ID: 30180290
Property Subtypes: Manufacturing, Light Industrial, Warehouse/Distribution, Other
Contiguous Space: 20,400 SF
Building Size (RSF): 20,400 SF
Gross Building Area: 80,000 SF
Gross Land Area: 5 Acres
Lease Rate: $6 PSF (Annual)
Base Monthly Rent: $10,200
Lease Types: Modified Gross
Ceiling: 24 ft.
Docks/Doors: 1 Dock, 1 Door
Drive In Bays: 1 Bay
Usable Size (USF): 20,400 SF
Last Updated: 2/23/2018

Overview / Comments

Located at the corner of Grand and Baker, this location is close to downtown Dexter, Ann Arbor, I-94 and M-14 . Ceiling ranges from 18' - 24', has grade level overhead door and truck dock. Ample parking.

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Suite: 1 20,400 SF $6 PSF (Annual) Modified Gross
Space Available: 20,400 SF
Lease Rate: $6 PSF (Annual)
$10,200 (Monthly)
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Date Available: 11/15/2017
Space Type: Relet
Ceiling 24 ft.
Loading Docks 1
Loading Doors 1
Drive In Bays 1

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Ann Arbor
County: Washtenaw
Submarket/Township: Washtenaw W of 23
Taxing Authority: City of Dexter
Tax ID/APN: HD-08-06-155-001
Zoning: VILLAGE COMMERCIAL
Market Type: Medium
Property Located Between: Dan Hoey and Ann Arbor (Main) Street
Side of Street: South
Highway Access: I-94, US-23, M-14
Airports: DTW, Ann Arbor
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.
Tenancy: Multiple Tenants
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 2
Property Condition: Good
Year Renovated: 2012
Parking Type: Surface
Parking Description: On-site lot
Overhead Cranes: Undisclosed
Heat Source: Ceiling Units
Internet Access: Cable, DSL, Satellite, Dialup
Zoning Description: INTENT The intent of the Village Commercial District (VC) is to promote the orderly development, redevelopment, and continued maintenance of Dexter’s commercial district. This District is also intended to serve the comparison, convenience, and service needs of the Dexter Area. The VC district shall complement the CBD district with less intense office, service, and retail uses, all within a safe pedestrian environment and within convenient walking distance from the CBD district. Proposed building and site design must be sensitive to the district’s historical significance. Additions or modifications to historic buildings should be harmonious with the original structure as well as the surrounding neighborhood. Additions or modifications should be designed and constructed so that the character defining features of the historical building are retained and enhanced by the new construction. Because of the variety of uses permitted in the VC district, special attention must be focused on site layout, building design, vehicular circulation, and coordination of site features between adjoining sites. Off-street parking shall be located on the side or rear yard although participation in the public parking program is strongly encouraged. (Refer to section 5.1). Permitted uses should be complementary to each other, and should not have an adverse impact on street capacity, public utilities and services, or the overall image and function of the district. A mixture of uses within a building, such as retail, office and residential is encouraged. PERMITTED PRINCIPAL 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 2,000 square feet of gross floor: such as for the sale of groceries, fruit, meat and fish; 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, Computer and Internet Services and other similar offices. G. Printing and photographic reproduction establishments. H. Public buildings and offices, post offices, museums, libraries and community centers and Senior Centers. I. Schools, commercial: such as dance, art, and music. J. Theaters, cinemas. K. An integration of upper floor residential dwelling, commercial/retail, and office uses within a building. L. Off-street parking and loading see Article V. M. Signs subject to the provisions of Article VII.
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal

Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 1,002 9,795 31,716
Median Age: 41.39 39.96 42.27
Households: 462 3,602 12,011
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