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204 E Saint Paul St, Brighton, MI – $5,000

  • $5k Price
  • 9,760 Sqft
  • .47 Acres
  • $5k Price
  • 9,760 Sqft
  • .47 Acres

204 E Saint Paul St

Large open retail space in downtown Brighton. Available in May 2015. Adjacent Canopy Bottle and Gourmet Shop. 6000 Sq. ft. for $10/sq. ft. triple net. Prefer 5 year lease. Off street parking available. Open space & well managed building.

Essential Information

  • MLS® #215023304
  • Price$5,000
  • Total Sq. Ft9,760
  • Acres0.47
  • Year Built1970
  • TypeCommercial
  • Sub-TypeCommercial
  • StatusActive

Community Information

  • Address204 E Saint Paul St
  • Area01121-Brighton
  • SubdivisionNOBLES PLAT NO 2
  • CityBrighton
  • CountyLivingston
  • StateMI
  • Zip Code48116

Interior

  • HeatingForced Air

Exterior

  • ExteriorAluminum, Brick
  • FoundationSlab

Exterior Features

Awning/Overhang(s), Back-Up Generator, Chimney Caps, Doors Under 10 ft, Doors 10-15 ft, Doors 16-20 ft, Doors Over 20 ft, ENERGY STAR® Qualified Skylights, ENERGY STAR® Qualified Solar Light Tubes, Gray Water System, Gutter Guard System, Disabled Access, Loading Dock/Grade, Loading Dock/Well, Levelers, Outside Lighting, Permeable Paving, Perimeter Fence, Rain Barrel/Cistern(s), Satellite Dish, Sprinkler(s), Water-Smart Landscaping, WaterSense® Labeled Irrigation Controller, Used WaterSense® Irrigation Partner

School Information

  • DistrictBrighton

Additional Information

  • ZoningCommercial

Listing Details

  • OfficeGriffith Realty
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