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Proposed Troy Junction Centre | 167 Acres (5 AC Min) 3,500' Frontage between Exits 17/18 on I-55/70 | Troy, IL (St. Louis MSA - Metro East / SW Illinois)

S Formosa Rd and Collinsville Rd Troy, IL 62294

S Formosa Rd and Collinsville Rd, Troy, IL, 62294
S Formosa Rd and Collinsville Rd, Troy, IL, 62294
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Commercial Land Development
FOR SALE
Amount:
Please Call Broker for Price

Last Verified:
Jun 20, 2019
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Proposed Troy Junction Centre. 167 Acre Site; Will Divide. 3,500′ of Frontage on I-55/70 with 44,100 ADT. Access from two Interchanges, I-55 (Exits 17 & 18). Located only 30 minutes from Downtown St. Louis.

Sale Price: $65,000 per Acre


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