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Arterra Realty - The fastest growing real estate company in Michigan

  • Price$5,500,000
  • SQ. Feet13,959
  • Acres7.05
  • Built2008

2905 Washtenaw Rd, Ypsilanti

Prime location 1 mile east of US23. 7+/- acres with 435' +/- frontage on Washtenaw Avenue. Excellent opportunity to own one of the best commercial sites in Washtenaw County. Very high traffic count. Multiple parcels included with the sale. Two freestanding commercial buildings included, one is currently used as a supermarket and the other is currently used as a restaurant. Both buildings were built in 2008. The supermarket has two large bay doors for shipping and receiving. Property includes a Grocery store and a restaurant both businesses have been sold and the current owners have signed 10-year leases. Total income is $312,000.00 on a NNN basis.

Essential Information

  • MLS® #543254508
  • Price$5,500,000
  • Total Sq. Ft13,959
  • Acres7.05
  • Year Built2008
  • TypeCommercial
  • StatusActive

Exterior

  • ExteriorBlock/Concrete/Masonry
  • FoundationSlab

Community Information

  • Address2905 Washtenaw Rd
  • Area54056-(Aa) Ypsilanti (West To Golfside
  • CityYpsilanti
  • CountyWashtenaw
  • StateMI
  • Zip Code48197

Listing Details

  • Listing OfficeHoward Hanna
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