Corner Pad Site

901 W 135th St Kansas City, MO 64145

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FOR SALE Incentives
Property Type:
Street Retail
Amount:
$11
Last Verified:
Jul 27, 2017

Highlights

  • Hard corner location at controlled intersection
  • Full turn lane and zoning already in place
  • Area co-tenants include: Walmart, Target, Lowes, Michael's, Pier 1, McDonald's, Applebee's, Future micro-hospital, and many more nationals
  • Only pad available in corridor that allows for drive-thru
  • The state line location gives a distinct advantage to capture both Kansas and Missouri traffic and reach a tremendous trade area

Description

FIRST TIME ON THE MARKET

Hard corner location with full access already in place. Located along Hwy 150 Hwy & W 135th St. which is the main hwy connecting many of the surrounding municipalities to South Kansas City. Only pad available along the state line corridor that allows for a drive-thru. Trade area includes Kansas City, Leawood, KS, Overland Park, KS, Martin City, Grandview and Belton. Commercially zoned and ready for development.

Building Size: 0.0sq ft
Lot Size: 1.99 acres

Map of 901 W 135th St, Kansas City, MO, 64145

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What are Real Estate Incentives?

Real Estate incentives range widely and have been overlooked by the Commercial Multiple Listing Services (MLS) for decades. Real estate incentives is a generic term used to group any number of programs, such as tax incentives, that are designated by an agency for a geographic area."

Why are Real Estate Incentives Important and to Whom?

"Incentives" are vital today and in the future because:

  • U.S. Public: Many incentives focus on job creation and Affordable Housing
  • Investors and Commercial Developers use incentives to reduce financial risk, obtain gap financing, etc. Investors and developers look for property listings with incentives available.
  • Commercial Real Estate Brokers, in mass, unfortunately do not know about incentives tied to their listings
  • Entire Supply Chain of Real Estate Development such as small and large companies who will provide goods and services to new and revitalized properties.