1491, 1481 Emerson Drive, Palm Bay, FL 32907

Price: $1,400,000

MLS # 890506

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Type: Commercial

Bedrooms: N/A

Full Baths: N/A

Half Baths: N/A

List Date: 11-17-2020

Year Built: 1979

Homestead: N/A

2,154 Total Sq. Ft.

Zoning: N/A

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Property Description:

Fantastic opportunity! Large 4 parcel lots on a corner of major road intersection. 4 parcels include 1481 & 1491 Emerson and 108 &114 Goldcoast Rd NE. Zoned multi use! Drawings available for all 4 parcels to be large bank w/drive thru. Located in Restricted Commercial District, list is attached to the listing for uses. High Vehicle Count! Fast Growing Area! If you are an investor, currently 2 homes are leased and building on Emerson is leased. till 11/21 w/2 yr option. 108 Goldcoast is month to month, 114 Goldcoast leased till 9/30/21.

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Equipment / Appliances

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Utilities

Public Water


Property Details

Street Name

Listing Status

Active

Tax Year

2020

Waterfront

No

Water Type

No

ZipCode

Subdivision

PORT MALABAR UNIT 8

Construction

CBS

Tax Amount

$5,250

HOA Dues

$0.00

1491, 1481 Emerson Drive Palm Bay, FL 32907

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