1725-1737 E. Jackson St.

1725-1737 E. Jackson St. Phoenix, AZ 85034

FOR SALE
Property Type:
Factory
Amount:
$595,000
Last Verified:
Feb 26, 2020

Highlights

  • OPPORTUNITY ZONE
  • 28,125 SF Total
  • Near Downtown, Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and Major Freeways
  • Zoned A-2
  • Large Yard Area and Two Existing Buildings

Description

Industrial property consisting of 2 buildings totaling 3,947 SF built in 1953 and 1955. Site is zoned A-2 situated on 28,125 SF lot. Zoning provides for extensive commercial uses, including manufacturing, industrial, mobile vending, wholesale and warehousing. Onsite yard is over 24,000 SF and provides ample storage. Location is close to downtown, I-10, and Sky Harbor Airport with easy access to the city and surrounding areas.

OPPORTUNITY ZONE Industrial property consisting of 2 buildings totaling 3,947 SF built in 1953 and 1955. Site is zoned A-2 situated on 28,125 SF lot. Zoning provides for extensive commercial uses, including manufacturing, industrial, mobile vending, wholesale and warehousing. Onsite yard is over 24,000 SF and provides ample storage. Location is close to downtown, I-10, and Sky Harbor Airport with easy access to the city and surrounding areas.


Year Built: 1953
Building Size: 3947.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.65 acres

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