7207 & 7217 N. Lindbergh

7207 & 7217 N. Lindbergh Saint Louis, MO 63042

7207 & 7217 N. Lindbergh, Saint Louis, MO, 63042
7207 & 7217 N. Lindbergh, Saint Louis, MO, 63042
FOR SALE FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Strip Center
Amount:
$950,000
Last Verified:
Dec 09, 2020


Description

We are pleased to bring to market the neighborhood retail strip located as a shadow outlot to Village Square Shopping Center and offers 3 spaces, one of which includes a highly visible restaurant/grille space. This 17,690 square foot center is located directly off the highly-trafficked Lindbergh/I-270 interchange in North St. Louis County being which is the heart of the North Lindbergh corridor. The Missouri Department of Transportation is currently in the process of improving the Lindbergh/I-270 interchange, which when completed will improve sitelines and access to the Village Square strip.

For Lease

The center is located parallel to North Lindbergh Boulevard off the highly-trafficked Lindbergh/I-270 interchange in North St. Louis County which is along the heart of the North Lindbergh corridor. The Missouri Department of Transportation is currently in the process of improving the Lindbergh/I-270 interchange, which when completed will improve sitelines and access to the Village Square strip.


Year Built: 2003
Building Size: 16000sq ft
Lot Size: 1.77 acres

Units for Lease

7213B
Space Available: 800 SF
Lease Type: Gross
7213C
Space Available: 800 SF
Lease Type: Gross
7217
Space Available: 6400 SF
Lease Type: Gross

Map of 7207 & 7217 N. Lindbergh, Saint Louis, MO, 63042

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