400 Cherry Street West, Kasota, MN, 56050

400 Cherry Street West Kasota, MN 56050

400 Cherry Street West, Kasota, MN, 56050
400 Cherry Street West, Kasota, MN, 56050
FOR SALE FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Warehouse
Amount:
$3,600,000
Last Verified:
Mar 31, 2020

Highlights


Description

Hard to find manufacturing building with overhead cranes throughout the building (nine cranes). 600 ft. long run to bring in raw goods and shipped finished product out the other end. 50 amp services throughout the building to hook up welders and machines. Small amount of offices and storage. Situated in a small town between Mankato and St. Peter. Very low overhead for property tax and city services.

Hard to find manufacturing building with overhead cranes throughout the building (nine cranes). 600 ft. long run to bring in raw goods and shipped finished product out the other end. 50 amp services throughout the building to hook up welders and machines. Small amount of offices and storage. Situated in a small town between Mankato and St. Peter. Very low overhead for property tax and city services.

Situated in a small town between Mankato and St. Peter.

Building Size: 89000.0sq ft
Lot Size: 10.58 acres

Units for Lease

400 Cherry Street West
Space Available: 89000 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $4.0

Map of 400 Cherry Street West, Kasota, MN, 56050

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