Gino's Banquet Hall

1967 E. 37th Ave Hobart, IN 46342

FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Big Box Retail
Last Verified:
Sep 26, 2019

Highlights

  • Full Service 17,643 SF Turnkey Banquet Hall
  • 3 Full Bars, Full Commercial Kitchen, Administrative Offices
  • 21,000+ VPD on Ridge Rd & 16,000+ VPD on IN-51
  • Completely Remodeled
  • Less Than 2 Miles from 80/94 Interchange
  • Aggressively Priced!

Description

Full Service Turn Key Banquet Hall now available for lease. This 17,643 SF Banquet Hall has a full kitchen, 3 bars and administrative offices among other great amenities. The space is in excellent condition and was recently completely remodeled. This is a turnkey space for any operator looking to expand their existing business or start new. With traffic counts of over 21,000 VPD on Ridge Rd and 16,000+ VPD on IN-51 there is excellent exposure to the facility. It is less than 2 miles from the 80/94 interchange making it very easy for guests to get to and from. Aggressively priced and an excellent opportunity for any operator to put a footprint in Hobart!

Hobart is a city in Lake County, Indiana, United States. The population was 29,059 at the 2010 census. Although it has been historically primarily residential, recent annexation has added a significant retail corridor to the city. Hobart is home to many thriving businesses in its downtown shopping district, including the historic Art Theatre. Hobart is also home to the Westfield Southlake Shopping Mall and many surrounding retailers and restaurants.

Building Size: 17643.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

Gino's Banquet Hall
Space Available: 17643 SF
Lease Type: Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $7.5

Map of 1967 E. 37th Ave, Hobart, IN, 46342

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