6.28 acres of Multi-Use VL in Commercial District Near I-71 Exit

Willow Rd 6.28 Acres Burbank, OH 44214

 Willow Rd 6.28 Acres, Burbank, OH, 44214
 Willow Rd 6.28 Acres, Burbank, OH, 44214  Willow Rd 6.28 Acres, Burbank, OH, 44214
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
May 25, 2021


  • Lot Size: 6.28 Acres
  • Corner Location: Busy intersection at a light
  • Frontage: 764' on Avon Lake Road
  • Depth: 392'
  • Zoning: Multi-Use
  • Market: Greater Medina
  • Utilities: Gas, Water, Sewer, and Electric
  • Traffic Count: 13,350


Willow Road in Burbank, Ohio, 6.28 acres of flat, vacant land is available. Zoned Multi-Use on a busy intersection near the Lodi outlet mall. The frontage is 764' on Avon Lake Road and depth is 392'. There is a traffic light at the intersection. Utilities are gas, water, sewer and electric. Daily traffic count is 13,350 and on I-71 the daily traffic count is 35,390.

Located in the Village of Burbank in Harrisville Township. At the corner of Willow Rd. and Avon Lake Rd. at a light. Across the street from McDonald's (to the south) and Arby's (to the east). Willow Rd. connects to Harley Drive which leads to the entrance of the Lodi Outlet Mall on Orrin Drive. Property only 0.2 miles to Rt 83 and I-71.

Lot Size: 6.28 acres

Map of Willow Rd 6.28 Acres, Burbank, OH, 44214

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