10,000 SF Warehouse With 5 Acres For Sale

Industrial for Sale
Also listed as Special Purpose
Catylist Listing ID: 30849117
Property Subtypes: Flex Space, Manufacturing, Mixed Use, Light Industrial, Truck Terminal, Warehouse/Distribution, Other
Building Size (RSF): 10,000 SF
Gross Land Area: 5 Acres
Sale Price: $675,000
Unit Price: $67.50 PSF
Ceiling: 20 ft. / 18 ft. Clear
Office SF: 648 SF
Drive In Bays: 9 Bays
Property Use Type: Vacant/Owner-User
Building Name: GDB RE, Inc
Usable Size (USF): 10,000 SF
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller, Other
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 7/17/2024

Overview / Comments

Alabama/Florida Line - IMMEDIATE $5,000/MONTH INCOME 8/14/23 - 8/15/24!! This 10,000 sq.ft. shop on 5 acres is great for business, storage, and a location with potential railroad access..5,000 sq.ft. is currently being rented with an initial 1 yr lease term. With immediate income, this is an exceptional opportunity for your business in Atmore, AL. In August 2023, a temporary wall was installed to divide the building for leasing. The exterior and roof metal construction offers durability and low maintenance. This property is specifically designed to cater to your operational needs, with (8) roll-up doors 12 feet wide x 16 High and (1) 24 feet wide x 16 feet High, sized to accommodate even the largest farming, trucking, or sawmill equipment. Plus, there is a convenient 648 sq.ft. office space to efficiently manage your business operations. The roof is 2 on 12 Metal Roof.
Zoned as B-2 General Business, this property provides endless possibilities for a wide range of commercial, retail, hospitality, or multi-family endeavors. See Documents for 2023 Atmore Geofence Report & the Main Street Atmore Redevelopment Plan, along with other information about the area and growth.

As the largest city in Escambia County, Atmore is a town dedicated to growth and redevelopment. Recently, more than $90 million in capital investment projects have been brought to this growing city. About 48+/- New Businesses have joined this growing community. Atmore has welcomed Grizzly Pizza & Wings, Jack’s family restaurant, and Starbucks as well as Coastal Growers’ $84 Million peanut shelling plant that brought 100+ jobs, the new headquarters for West Escambia Utilities, the Atmore senior living village on McRae St., and a new $5 million urgent care clinic facility that is the first step in building a new medical-care community near Interstate 65. The Poarch Creek Band of Indians are also expected to open their new $15 million state-of-the-art meat processing facility in 2025. This facility will have the capacity to process up to 125 cattle per week and will bring more full-time jobs to the area. The scene of Downtown Atmore is changing with the revitalization of the Strand Theatre and Old Atmore Hardware Store, the beautification from the Atmore Art Walk project, and the excitement of new businesses continuing to open. Atmore is perfectly positioned to be an attractive area for businesses while still retaining its warm, family charm.

Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity to position yourself for a profitable future and secure a highly versatile property in Atmore, Alabama. Explore the potential for unprecedented growth and success in this investment destination. Use GPS ADDRESS: 1812 S Main St. Property is located just behind the real estate office.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Mobile
County: Escambia
Taxing Authority: Escambia County, AL
Tax ID/APN: 30 26 09 32 3 003 005.005
Property Located Between: David's Catfish House and Johnson Ford
Highway Access: Highway 21, Highway 97, Highway 31 appx. 2 mi., and I-65 appx. 8 mi.
Rail Access: Yes
Airports: Atmore Municpal Airport, Mobile Regional Airport and Pensacola International Airport
Site Description: 7 miles from Windcreek Casino and Hotel. Located just off major Highway 21 with good visibility. Building is in good condition on 5 acre lot. Lot size: 203x1071
Area Description: See Documents for the Main Street Atmore Redevelopment Plan, along with other information about the area. The largest city in Escambia County, this is a town dedicated to growth and redevelopment. 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. Atmore presently is 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. 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 designated a portion of the city of Atmore as a commercial historic district. Atmore was also designated part of the Main Street Alabama non-profit organization that focuses on bringing jobs, dollars, and people back to Alabama's historic communities. 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 that promote the growth of our community and its existing industries. Atmore is perfectly positioned to be an attractive area for businesses while still retaining its warm, family charm. Current and future renovations in Atmore have made it an exciting place to be!
Tenancy: Single Tenant
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 1
Typical SF / Floor: 10,000 SF
Property Condition: Good
Year Built: 1996
Roof Type: Other
Construction/Siding: Metal Siding
Exterior Description: Metal siding and roof. 5 Acres of land. Space to store equipment.
Parking Type: Surface
Parking Description: Gravel Parking area on side of the building near office entrance.
Eave Height: 18
Column Spacing: 25' bays; 1 row interior support
Sprinklers: None
Amps: 800
Volts: 440
X-Phase: 3
Heat Source: Other
Air Conditioning: Window Unit
Lighting: Fluorescent, Halogen
Internet Access: Fiber Optic
Interior Description: Office space with window A/C. The Seller installed a temporary wall to divide the building for leasing.
Zoning Description: B-2 General Business District. 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.
Lot Frontage: 255
Lot Depth: 1054
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Septic
Easements: Electric Lines, Ingress/Egress, Utilities
Easements Description: Dirt easement comes off of David's Catfish entrance.
Land Ownership: Fee Simple
Legal Description: BEG 109.01' W & 531.29' S OF INT N LINE OF SW1/4 OF S32-T1N-R6E & W R/W US HWY 21; TH S 203.29'; W 1071.37'; N 203.89'; E 1071.37' TO POB. CN'TG 5 AC(C)

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 933 5,662 10,705
Median Age: 36.61 35.36 37.81
Households: 404 2,318 4,301


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Patty Helton-Davis

PHD Realty, LLC. Gulf Coast CMLS Member
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