Mid-City Stand Alone Building
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Built in 1982, this rigid-frame construction building with a metal modular roof offers durability and longevity. Inside, you'll find a spacious layout. The expansive building is configured with multiple large rooms and open-concept rooms. The building has drop ceilings throughout, multi-stall bathrooms, a mix of planked and carpet floorings, and a commercial kitchen with two walk-in coolers and a large break room area. The exterior of the building features sidewalks, covered deck areas, and some landscaping.
The surrounding area offers a country-type setting with large trees and a pleasant mix of residential and commercial users. The location is quick to I-10, the downtown core, and central Pensacola. The building has a private parking area in the front. Additionally, there is an enclosed rear yard. Approximately 1.457 AC subject to survey.
Please note: The current tenant is relocating. Please call to schedule an appointment
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||Purpose. The medium density residential (MDR) district establishes appropriate areas and land use regulations for residential uses at medium densities within suburban or urban areas. The primary intent of the district is to provide for residential neighborhood development in an efficient urban pattern of well-connected streets and at greater dwelling unit density than the low density residential district. Residential uses within the MDR district are limited to single-family and two-family dwellings. The district allows non-residential uses that are compatible with suburban and urban residential neighborhoods
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