1.31 AC Florence Retail Land

7592-7600 Burlington Pike Florence, KY 41042

7592-7600 Burlington Pike, Florence, KY, 41042
7592-7600 Burlington Pike, Florence, KY, 41042
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Dec 15, 2020


  • Front Row Burlington Pike Retail Redevelopment Land
  • +/-1.31 AC for sale or ground lease
  • 250 feet of road frontage with 3 existing curb cuts
  • Great visibility from the Burlington Pike - Ewing Blvd signalized intersection
  • .25 Miles from the exit of I-75/71 with +/-172,214 ('18) VPD
  • Across Burlington Pike from the Florence Government Center
  • Convenient access to Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport; +/-15 minutes
  • +/-15,465 ('19) VPD in front of the site
  • Sale Price: $625,000
  • Ground Lease Rate: $60,000 per year


NAI Isaac is pleased to present +/-1.31 AC front row retail development land for sale or ground lease in Florence. The property is located on Burlington Pike with +/- 250' of road frontage with 3 existing curb cuts. Great visibility from the Burlington Pike and Ewing Boulevard signalized intersection. Traffic count of +/-15,465 ('19) VPD in front of the site.

The city of Florence is one of the fastest growing cities located in one of the most rapidly growing counties in Kentucky. Florence has approximately 30,797 residents and is located in Boone County, Kentucky just 10 miles south of the city of Cincinnati, Ohio and just 15 minutes from the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

Lot Size: 1.31 acres

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