rsz 2017 04 26 190210Address:  415 E. Prairie Ronde

Realtor:  Prairie Ronde Realty Company

To Schedule a Showing Contact: Brian DeLong, 269-782-2141

Description of Property:  The Business Center of Southwestern Michigan provides economic viability, entrepreneurial opportunities and business sustainability to the southwestern Michigan region. The 617,000- square-foot facility, located on 34 acres, provides the backdrop for a variety of services for any size business. While promoting start-up and small businesses, it has also hosted larger manufacturing and distribution operations, and offers customized services to support individual and collective growth. With a diversified portfolio, the business center is currently partnering with 20 businesses to provide opportunities for future growth and expansion.

Prairie Ronde Realty Company provides property management services for the business center. Services include administrative and management, training and support, and maintenance and environmental.

 

 

 

 

 Building: Former Premier Rental Building, located adjacent to Save-a-Lot

Address: M-51 North

Realtor: Nate Brussee,  West Michigan Realtors, 269.626.3033 

Square footage: 4,000 square feet.  May consider dividing into two sites.

Rent: $3,900/month including base at $3,360 and cam costs at an additional $542/month.

 

Building:  56190 M-51

Realtor: Martha Hassle, Cressy & Everett, (269) 876-7764

Asking Price: $130,000

Description of Property:   Located on a major thoroughfare, this 4880+/- square-foot commercial building was formally an auto parts store.  It includes a large show room, counter, four storage areas, three overhead doors, a 22x40 pole building, bathroom and an office/storage area.

Available Utilities: Broadband, Cable, Electric, Natural Gas, Public Sewer, Public Water, Telephone
Lot Size: 0.34 Acres
Building Features: Bath Common Area, Outdoor Storage, Security SystemPresent Utilities: Natural Gas
Taxes: $2,957

 

 

Building: Heartland Auto Sales Building

Heartland Brochure 1

  Heartland Brochure 2

 

Latest News from your Chamber

  • April 1st, 2022

    Chamber hires new staff member

    The Greater Dowagiac Chamber of Commerce announces the hiring of Matt Money as Chamber Marketing and Event Coordinator. 

    Money brings management, operational and event planning experience gleaned from over twelve years of employment at the University of Notre Dame to this Chamber of Commerce role.   Also, as a founding member of the Young Professionals Against Poverty in South Bend, Indiana, Money helped create, and then served as event director, for that community’s On the River Festival for eight years.  The event raised over $900,000 for South Bend’s Center for the Homeless.

    Read more ...  
  • February 27th, 2022

    Working Capital Loans Available in Cass County for Ag Businesses

    As a result of the frost and freeze that occurred last spring, Economic Injury Disaster Loans are now available to businesses, agricultural cooperatives, businesses engaged in aquaculture and most private nonprofit organizations.

    The announcement was made by the U.S. Small Business Administration. The declaration includes Cass County.
    Read more ...  
  • February 27th, 2022

    Facade Incentive Has Been Doubled

    Downtown property owners, who are contemplating renovation of the front facade of their buildings, will receive an added boost this construction season from the Downtown Development Authority.

    “With the cost of materials increasing, the DDA and City felt it was only appropriate to also increase the amount of our incentive,” said Vickie Phillipson, DDA program director.

    Read more ...  
  • February 27th, 2022

    New Grant Opportunity for Small Businesses

    Michigan’s small businesses are innovative and resilient, but they need added support. To answer this call, the State of Michigan is offering an exciting new grant program to provide businesses with additional financial support to help retain or create jobs and boost Michigan's economy. Grant applications go live on March 1, 2022, and totals $409- million.
     
    Under this program, eligible businesses in operation before October 1, 2019, may receive a percentage of their loss in total state sales through a grant, up to $5-million.
    Read more ...