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104 East 9th Street Douglas, AZ 43415

104 East 9th Street, Douglas, AZ, 43415
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104 East 9th Street, Douglas, AZ, 43415
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Factory
Amount:
$1,950,000
Last Verified:
May 08, 2020

Highlights

  • Property was built in 2016 with the addition added in 2018
  • 43,415 sf total with 28,375 sf in main building and 15,040 sf in 2nd warehouse
  • Ceiling heights 22'3" clear in Building A; 30'11" clear in Building B
  • 11 dock high doors
  • Racking system to remain
  • The office space has a break room, conference room and private office spaces
  • Parking spaces for approximately 20 cars
  • Zoned: Commercial

Description

The property is located in Douglas, Arizona, which is approximately 69 miles from U.S. Route 191 and also intersects with Arizona State Route 80 and Interstate 10. The town is located near the southeastern corner of Arizona on the U.S./Mexico border.

The property is located in Douglas, Arizona, which is approximately 69 miles from U.S. Route 191 and also intersects with Arizona State Route 80 and Interstate 10. The town is located near the southeastern corner of Arizona on the U.S./Mexico border.


Year Built: 2016
Building Size: 43415.0sq ft
Lot Size: 4.97 acres

Map of 104 East 9th Street, Douglas, AZ, 43415

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