Vacant Land for Sale
Catylist Listing ID: 30680826
Property Subtypes: Hospitality, Mobile Home Park, Multi-Family, Office, Residential (Single Family), Retail, Retail-Pad, Self Storage, Other
Gross Land Area: 2 Acres
Sale Price: $239,900
Unit Price: $119,950 Per Acre
Land Splits Available: Yes
Adjacent Parcels Available: Yes
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller, Other
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 1/20/2022

Overview / Comments

Atmore, AL- Sitting between two establishments that are NEW to the area, this 2 acre property of PRIME commercial real estate is 2100 ft South of Jack's Family Restaurants and North of the New Cajun Boiling Spot, and 1100 feet South of Walmart. Recently, more than $90 million in capital investment projects have been brought to this growing city. Bring your business to this town dedicated to growth and redevelopment! Fronting 2 streets, including the heavily trafficked State Hwy 21/N Main St, over 14,000 vehicles of travelers, locals and truckers pass by this location daily! Property is level, partially cleared & ready for construction. All utilities are available. Ideal site Zoned B-2 allowing for various types of uses. See documents for a complete list of permitted uses provided by the City. Businesses surrounding this parcel include, but are not limited to: Walmart, Little Caesar's, AT&T, recently established Waves Carwash, Cricket Wireless, and recently added A Little Bird Boutique. It is also located ONLY 5+ miles from Wind Creek Hotel & Casino and other attractions like Little River State Forest and Magnolia Branch Wildlife Reserve. The City and Chamber are working on beautification and hometown pride initiatives to enhance the downtown business district, as well as commercial and industrial properties. As a result, Atmore was recently designated as a Main Street Alabama Community. 15 New Businesses have joined Atmore including: Cafe251, Starbuck’s, Coastal Growers’ $84 Million peanut shelling plant that will bring 100+ jobs, the new headquarters for West Escambia Utilities, the Atmore senior living village on McRae St and a new urgent care clinic right off I-65’s Exit 57. Bring yours to this booming town! Call now! There is an additional 4+/- acres available. See GCMLS ID # 29968033.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Mobile
County: Escambia
Submarket Type: Central Business District
Taxing Authority: Escambia Co AL
Tax ID/APN: 30-26-04-20-3-001-021.000, 30-26-04-20-3-001-019.000, 30-26-04-20-3-001-017.000
Property Located Between: 0.20 miles from Walmart & 280 feet from Waves Carwash
Property Visibility: Excellent
Legal Description: (3) Parcels: less and except 1.72 ac out of parcel 2604203001017.000; 2604203001021.000- 0.21 ac; 2604203001019.000- 0.07 ac
Largest Nearby Street: State 21, US Hwy 31 and 6 miles I-65
Feet of Frontage: 534
Traffic/Vehicle Count: 14,432
Highway Access: Hwy 21/N. Main Street- Fronts; I-65- 5 MI; I-10- 50 MI; Hwy 31- 0.7 MI
Airports: Mobile Regional Airport- 62 MI; Pensacola International- 51 MI; Atmore Municipal Airport- 4 MI
Site Description: Atmore is located in western Escambia County at 31°1′23″N 87°29′31″W (31.023183, -87.492067).[6] Its southern border is the Florida state line. The center of town is at the intersection of U.S. Route 31 and Alabama State Route 21, while a new section of the city has been incorporated 6 miles (10 km) to the north around Exit 57 of Interstate 65. US 31 leads southwest 20 miles (32 km) to Bay Minette and east 28 miles (45 km) to Brewton. Mobile is 51 miles (82 km) to the southwest via US 31 and I-65, while Pensacola, Florida, is 49 miles (79 km) south via AL 21, Florida State Road 97, and U.S. Route 29.
Area Description: Atmore is a city in Escambia County, Alabama, United States. It incorporated in 1907.[2] As of the 2010 census it had a population of 10,194,[3] with an estimated population of 10,006 in 2014.[4] Atmore is in the planning stages to increase its economic base with additions in its new Rivercane development along the I-65 corridor. Atmore has completed requirements to be recognized as an Alabama Community of Excellence at the upcoming Alabama League of Municipalities Convention. City officials are also working with the Alabama Historical Commission to have the downtown district listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[5] On May 23, 2007, Atmore celebrated its centenary. The federally recognized Poarch Band of Creek Indians is headquartered in Atmore.
Lot Frontage: 534
Lot Depth: 590
Zoning Description: B-2 General Business. See Attachments for a complete list of permitted uses provided by the City.
Topography: Level
Easements: Electric Lines, Utilities
Available Utilities: Electric, Water, Gas, Sewer, Cable, Internet Access
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 1,202 5,662 12,224
Median Age: 31.86 35.36 37.99
Households: 459 2,318 4,883


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Patty Helton-Davis

PHD Realty, LLC. Gulf Coast CMLS Member
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