1.47 Acres in Delhi Township

Vacant Land for Sale
Catylist Listing ID: 29588001
Property Subtypes: Office, Retail, Retail-Pad
Gross Land Area: 1.47 Acres
Sale Price: $95,000
Unit Price: $64,625 Per Acre
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 5/25/2018

Overview / Comments

This 1.47 Acre package sale includes a total of four lots with one house and a trailer on site that are currently rented.
Zoned C-2 General business, the property could be used for office, retail, restaurant, banks, medical, child care and more.
Average daily traffic count is 8,390

The assemblage is located between a retail center and an office building and has an apartment community directly behind it.

The combined lots offer 310 Ft of frontage on Willoughby Rd and a lot depth of 175 Ft.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Lansing-East Lansing
County: Ingham
Tax ID/APN: Multiple
Market Type: Medium
Property Located Between: Cedar and Aurelius
Side of Street: South
Road Type: Paved
Property Visibility: Excellent
Largest Nearby Street: Cedar St
Feet of Frontage: 310
Traffic/Vehicle Count: 8,390
Transportation: Bus, Highway, Taxi
Highway Access: Just South of I-96 (via Cedar St)
Lot Frontage: 310
Lot Depth: 175
Zoning Description: 5.10.1 Intent and purpose. This district is intended to cater to the entire community by accommodating those retail, business, and institutional activities used by the general consumer population. 5.10.2 Uses permitted by right. Unless otherwise specified, all of the following uses within this district must be conducted wholly within a permanent, fully-enclosed building. 1)All uses permitted by "right", "under special conditions", or "special use permit" within the C-1 Low Impact Commercial District, except veterinary clinics, child care centers, and adult foster care centers, and educational, social and religious institutions. 2)Retail establishments selling principally new merchandise. 3)Offices. 4)Banks and financial institutions. 5)Personal and business services. 6)Commercial schools, including, but not limited to, art schools, modeling schools, and decorating schools. This does not, however, include truck driving and industrial trade schools. 7)Public buildings. 8)Hospitals, medical clinics and convalescent homes. 9)Funeral homes. 10)Printing, publishing, photographic reproduction, blueprinting and related trades and arts. 11)Building supply and equipment stores. 12)Automobile showrooms for display of autos indoors. 5.10.3 Uses permitted under special conditions. The following uses of land and structures shall be permitted, subject to the conditions stated: 1)Veterinary clinics: Provided that the following conditions are complied with: a)That there is no outdoor area for housing or keeping animals. b)That any outdoor area used to walk animals, or for another similar activity, is kept free from animal waste. c)All animals outside of the facility must be leashed or otherwise restrained. 2)Restaurants without drive-through: Provided that the site has direct access to primary road. 3)Temporary outdoor uses such as Christmas tree sales, tent sales, amusements, provided: a)Such use shall be limited to thirty (30) days in any calendar year per parcel of land. b)Such use or sales area shall not be located within any required yard or setback area. c)Adequate hard surface, off-street parking shall be maintained at all times. d)Such use shall be approved only when it can be adequately shown not to be injurious or detrimental to properties in the immediate vicinity. e)Extension beyond the thirty-day limit may be granted by the planning commission after a public hearing and a finding that a practical difficulty will be created if the thirty-day limit were to be imposed. 4)Commercial recreation facilities: Such a bowling alley, billiard hall, indoor archery range, indoor skating rink or other similar uses, provided that all uses will be conducted wholly within a completely enclosed building and that such building is located at least one hundred (100) feet from any front, side or rear yard of any lot within an adjacent residential district. 5)Outdoor patio dining and drinking establishments may be permitted in conjunction with a properly zoned and approved dining and/or drinking establishment after a proper site plan has been submitted and approved by the appropriate agencies in the approval process as outlined in section 3.3 of this Ordinance. 6)Outdoor retail displays as an accessory use for retail establishments, provided: a)Only new merchandise is on display such as flowers craft goods, food and books. b)Display area limited to front yard setback area. c)Clear sidewalk access shall not be completely obstructed. d)Such use shall be approved only when it can be adequately shown not to be injurious or detrimental to properties in the immediate vicinity. 7)Educational, social and religious institutions: Public or private elementary and secondary schools, institutions for higher education, auditoriums and other places for assembly and centers for social activities, and religious institutions; provided that:
Topography: Level
Available Utilities: Electric, Water, Gas, Sewer, Storm Drain, Cable, Broadband

Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 8,264 54,646 127,262
Median Age: 35.96 35.21 34.34
Households: 3,621 22,901 49,770


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