Plymouth Commons

2615-2643 Eastern Avenue Plymouth, WI 53073

2615-2643 Eastern Avenue, Plymouth, WI, 53073
2615-2643 Eastern Avenue, Plymouth WI
2615-2643 Eastern Avenue, Plymouth, WI, 53073
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Neighborhood Center
Last Verified:
Jan 04, 2021

Highlights

  • Great visibility along Eastern Avenue and Hwy 57
  • Flexible space options from 1,490 to 89,199 SF
  • Potential development of out-lots
  • New ownership and management
  • 2021 CAM & RE Tax Rate: $1.77 PSF

Description

Plymouth, WI is the second largest community in Sheboygan County with several of the county's major employers within 15 miles of Plymouth Commons such as Nemak, Kohler Co., Bemis Manufacturing, Sargento Foods, Aurora Surgery Center, and Sartori Cheese.

This retail center is anchored by the market-leading grocer Pick ‘n Save and sees a high volume of traffic along Eastern Avenue and Hwy 57. Eastern Avenue is a major artery that runs through Plymouth.

Signalized intersection of Eastern Avenue and Pleasantview Road.


Year Built: 1989
Building Size: 164036sq ft
Lot Size: 16.53 acres

Units for Lease

Plymouth Commons - 2635 (1)
Space Available: 8450 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Plymouth Commons - 2633 (2)
Space Available: 2032 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Plymouth Commons - 2631 (3)
Space Available: 2063 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Plymouth Commons - 2621 (7)
Space Available: 1490 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Plymouth Commons - 2617 (9)
Space Available: 1490 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Plymouth Commons - 2615 (B)
Space Available: 89199 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Map of 2615-2643 Eastern Avenue, Plymouth, WI, 53073

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