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.

 

 

rsz 12017 04 26 190125

Address:  410 E. Prairie Ronde Street

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

Asking Price: $90,000

Description of Property:  Located on one of Dowagiac's main thoroughfares, this brick commercial property provides ample on-site parking.  This is a great location for large gatherings. The newly- remodeled area would be perfect for a daycare, dance studio or large parties. New roof and new windows throughout the building. New furnace and A/C on the main floor. Virtually everything in the remodeled section has been replaced: doors, ceiling tiles, bathroom, plumbing,electric, insulation, lights and alarm system. The other half of the main floor has been gutted to provide a clean slate for someone to create their own building plan. Basement offers additional space with refurbished furnace and washing machine hookup. An enterprising entrepreneur could have three separate opportunities, by using one and offering the other two spaces for lease.

 

Lot Dimensions: 315 X 264
Available Utilities: Cable, Electric, Natural Gas, Public Sewer, Public Water, Telephone
Lot Size: 1.91 Acres
Present Utilities: Electric, Natural Gas
Taxes: $1,308
 
 
Address: 412 Gray Street

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

Asking Price: $40,000

Description of Property: This commercial building was previously used as a law office. Included is eight offices, a storage area, two restrooms, large reception area and waiting room. The large parking lot is perfect for clients, customers and employees.

Lot Dimensions: 178x120
Available Utilities: Broadband, Cable, Electric, Natural Gas, Public Sewer, Public Water, Telephone
Lot Size: 0.49 Acres
Present Utilities: Electric

 

Address:  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

 

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