18 AC: NEW PRICE, AL/FL Line, 750 ft Rail Access, Owner Financing

Vacant Land for Sale
Also listed as Business Opportunity
Catylist Listing ID: 30632026
Property Subtypes: Hospitality, Industrial, Multi-Family, Office, Retail, Retail-Pad, Self Storage, Other
Gross Land Area: 18 Acres
Sale Price: $450,000
Unit Price: $25,000 Per Acre
Land Splits Available: Yes
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller, Owner Financing, Other
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 5/14/2024

Overview / Comments


Discover the potential of this prime property located on highly trafficked Hwy 21/S Main Street on the AL/FL line. This versatile site comes with the unique advantage of 750 feet of rail access; strategic location with high visibility, capturing the attention of 6000+ daily commuters, truckers, and locals; and dual access points via the main thoroughfare and Davidson Lane, allowing for flexible development and maintaining road frontage separately. Zoned B-2 with the City of Atmore and being subdividable into smaller parcels at negotiable rates, offers a rare opportunity for a tailor-made solution for your various commercial and industrial uses.

- Only 7.5 miles from the upcoming $15 million state-of-the-art Perdido River Farm's Meat Processing Facility, set to open in Spring 2024, bringing more jobs to the area.
- A short 3-minute drive to the Historic Downtown District, where recent revitalization efforts have injected $4 million into landmarks like the Strand Theatre and Old Atmore Hardware Store.
- Just 5 miles away from the WIND CREEK 17-story HOTEL/CASINO/RV PARK/SPA and the RiverCane Development, ensuring a constant flow of potential customers.

- Atmore, the largest city in Escambia County, is witnessing substantial growth, with 48+ new businesses joining the community.
- Recent additions include popular establishments like Grizzly's Pizza & Wings, Papa John's & Starbucks, showcasing the town's appeal to well-known brands.
- The city has also welcomed significant investments, such as Coastal Growers' $84 Million peanut shelling plant, adding over 100 jobs, and a new $5 Million urgent care facility.

Seize the opportunity to become part of Atmore's success story! Whether you envision a thriving business, an office complex, or an industrial venture, this property is your canvas. Embrace the warmth of a family-centric town while enjoying the benefits of a rapidly growing business community.
CALL NOW and secure your place in one of the hottest towns around! Your success begins here!

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Atmore
County: Escambia
Submarket Type: Central Business District
Taxing Authority: Escambia, AL
Tax ID/APN: 302609323003005.000 See Legal
Property Located Between: David's Catfish and Johnson Ford
Property Visibility: Excellent
Legal Description: (2) Parcels: 30 26 09 32 3 003 005.000 and 30 26 09 31 4 003 002.000. See plat in photos.
Largest Nearby Street: Highway 21 and Highway 97
Traffic/Vehicle Count: 5,306
Highway Access: Main Street becomes Hwy 21 traveling North and Hwy 97 traveling South. I-65 8 miles north. I-10 41 miles south.
Rail Access: Yes
Airports: Mobile Regional Airport-63 mi, Atmore Municipal Airport-4 mi and Pensacola Regional Airport- 45 mi
Site Description: Located on Hwy 21 N/S. Main Street. Lot Dimensions: TBD. 18+/- Acres in total. Seller will subdivide acreage into smaller parcels for a newly negotiated rate. Davidson Lane runs east and west of the property for entrance to the back or side, allowing road frontage to be kept separate. Side entrance on Davidson Lane will also allow for apartments, storage building, office complex. Great location for any type of business that requires visibility. Only property available with this much acreage and zoned with the City of Atmore B-2. The location is the best, right on the Alabama-Florida line. The property can be used for various opportunities. Alabama and Gulf Coast Railway manage the railroad on the west back border, with 750 feet of rail access.
Area Description: The largest city in Escambia County, Atmore's continued development keeps bringing in more growing businesses, new residences, and opportunities for current citizens. The City and Chamber are also working on beautification and hometown pride initiatives to enhance the downtown business district, as well as commercial and industrial properties. In 2019, the Alabama Historical Commission designating a portion of the city of Atmore as a commercial historic district. Recently, Atmore was designated part of the Main Street Alabama non-profit organization that focuses on bringing jobs, dollars, and people back to Alabama's historic communities. Atmore is presently in upwards of a $4.2 Million re-vitalization process with growth in the downtown area and surrounding areas. Included in that number are the restoration of the Strande Theatre and former Atmore Hardware Store; improvements to the Atmore Heritage Park with a new splash pad, new playground equipment, and a nod to the city's history from a decommissioned train car; and the New Trammell Square Park. A wholesale buy-in into downtown from the community and investors has spurred on growth, some of which has yet to be seen from the investors' purchases. All shops in the downtown area are either sold for rentals, owned and operated by the seller or rented to a tenant. About 48 new businesses have joined this exciting area! A new state prison was also approved for construction, bringing new job opportunities. Home to a wide range of industries that have grown over the years including agriculture, timber, textiles,metal fabrication, and communication companies. City leaders take a proactive approach to industrial recruitment by adding and selling buildings at the 150-acre Industrial Park, along with creating the Rivercane Development. The City of Atmore works in conjunction with the Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce, the Escambia County Industrial Development Authority, and the Coastal Gateway Regional Economic Development Alliance to attract new business and industry to the area while pursuing marketing strategies which promote the growth of our community and its existing industries. The City and Chamber are also working on beautification and hometown pride initiatives to enhance the downtown business district, as well as commercial and industrial properties.
Lot Frontage: TBD
Lot Depth: TBD
Zoning Description: B2- General Business. This district is intended to provide opportunity for activities causing noise and heavy traffic, not considered compatible in the more restrictive business district. These uses also serve a regional as well as a local market and require location in proximity to major transportation routes. Recreational vehicle parks, very light production and processing activities are included.
Topography: Level
Easements: Electric Lines, Ingress/Egress, Utilities
Available Utilities: Electric, Water, Gas, Sewer, Cable, Internet Access, Other
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 7,118 10,705
Median Age: 36.8 37.81
Households: 2,921 4,301


Photograph of Listing Agent

Patty Helton-Davis

PHD Realty, LLC. Gulf Coast CMLS Member
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