2001 E 9th Street, Trenton, MO

2001 E 9th Street Trenton, MO 64683

2001 E 9th Street, Trenton, MO, 64683
2001 E 9th Street, Trenton, MO, 64683
Property Type:
Neighborhood Center
Last Verified:
Dec 31, 2020


This building was originally built 1997 and tenanted by Pamida, then later Shopko, both being department store chains no longer in business. In 2005, the Orscheln portion of the center was built on as an attachment as is owned by a separate owner. The subject property consists of 42,937 which includes substantial parking in front with a truck lane to include one dock in rear. The center is positioned on the southwest corner of US 65 & Route 6(Main Street) interchange. This is a strong value-add opportunity via leasing the vacant box space or dividing to create a higher return.

Big box opportunity on retail corridor

Trenton is the seat of Grundy County with a population of 6,001. Industry, education, agriculture and retail trade currently make up the economic base. Located just 96 miles northeast of Kansas City, U.S. Highway 65 bypasses the city’s east edge, and Highway 6 runs directly through the downtown area and meets Interstate 35. Trenton in recent years has added new businesses, new homes, and improved many existing structures. Major employers include:

Modine Manufacturing 194 Wright Memorial Hospital 215
North Central Missouri College 183 Trenton R-IX School District 178
Sunnyview Nursing Home 170 Hy-Vee Food Store 115

Year Built: 1997
Building Size: 42937sq ft
Lot Size: 4.17 acres

Units for Lease

2001 e 9th Street, Trenton, MO 64683
Space Available: 42937 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $4.0 - $6.0

Map of 2001 E 9th Street, Trenton, MO, 64683

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