Newtown Plaza, Building 3 & 4

1010-1012 Granite Drive Bardstown, KY 40004

1010-1012 Granite Drive, Bardstown, KY, 40004
1010-1012 Granite Drive, Bardstown, KY, 40004
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Strip Center
Last Verified:
Jan 13, 2020

Highlights

  • Newtown Plaza is a recently constructed retail center located at the intersection of Hwy 245/John Rowan Boulevard & Granite Drive
  • Adjacent to the Kentucky Owl Park Distillery, a $150 million lakeside complex to include a distillery, visitors center, cooperage, rickhouses, bottling center, restaurant and convention center
  • NEW Peddlers Mall has opened their 18th location of the family owned and operated "flea-tique" chain store
  • Great access and visibility from Highway 245/John Rowan Boulevard recently improved with Highway 245 expansion
  • Great tenant mix including Bluegrass Cellular, Edward Jones, Transamerica, State Farm, Bardstown Paint & Design, JP Mortgage Company and more
  • Located at the intersection of Hwy 245/John Rowan Boulevard & Granite Drive with close proximity to downtown and Blue Grass Parkway
  • Buffalo Wings & Rings is located within the center (separately owned parcel) and a new Colton's Steakhouse was recently completed on an adjacent lot (separately owned parcel)
  • Bardstown, Nelson County Kentucky is located in the heart of central Kentucky, Bardstown is a short 30 minute drive to Elizabethtown, a 35 minute drive to Louisville and a 60 minute drive to Lexington
  • Bardstown, is the county seat of Nelson County, which includes several other communities including the incorporated cities of Bloomfield and New Haven
  • Rental Rate: $10.00 PSF NNN

Description

NAI Isaac is pleased to present leasing opportunities at Newtown Plaza, Buildings 3 & 4. This recently constructed retail center is located at the intersection of Hwy 245/John Rowan Boulevard & Granite Drive. Great access and visibility from Highway 245/John Rowan Boulevard recently improved with Highway 245 expansion. Great tenant mix including Bluegrass Cellular, Edward Jones, Transamerica, State Farm, Bardstown Paint & Design, JP Mortgage Company and more. Located at the intersection of Hwy 245/John Rowan Boulevard & Granite Drive with close proximity to downtown and Blue Grass Parkway. Buffalo Wings & Rings is located within the center and a Colton's Steakhouse on an adjacent lot (both separately owned).

Bardstown, Nelson County Kentucky is located in the heart of central Kentucky, Bardstown is a short 35 minute drive to Louisville. Bardstown, is the county seat of Nelson County, which includes several other communities including the incorporated cities of Bloomfield and New Haven. Over 40,000 people call Nelson County home. Bardstown features economic diversity, ranging from a strong tourism base, with My Old Kentucky Home State Park and 25 festivals each year, to a growth-minded business climate, which includes being the home to a vibrant retail base and over 40 manufacturing operations including American Greetings.

Building Size: 6750.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

Building 3, Suites 1-3
Space Available: 3850 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $10.0
Building 4
Space Available: 6750 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Map of 1010-1012 Granite Drive, Bardstown, KY, 40004

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