Former KFC

8669 W 135th St. Overland Park, KS 66213

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FOR SALE
Property Type:
Power Center
Amount:
$1,200,000
Last Verified:
Apr 18, 2017


Out Parcel of major development with 16 screen theater, and directly across sports fields, that host nearly 2.0m people per year. In addition to a population of 93,000 people with incomes over $130,000, within three mile radius. Also,Close proximity to 2,000 student high school and district sports complex, Home Depot, Sam's, Aldi, HyVee, and many more nationals.
Tremendous Visibility

Directly across sports fields, that host nearly 2,000,000 people per year

Drive-Thru

Building is in excellent condition

Over 44,000 cars per day at intersection
Population of 93,000 people with incomes over $130,000, within three mile radius

Area co-tenants include, Home Depot, Sam's, Aldi, HyVee, Babies R Us, B&B 16 screen theater, Red Robin, and many more nationals.

Year Built: 2006
Building Size: 2880.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.75 acres

Map of 8669 W 135th St., Overland Park, KS, 66213

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