West Bridgewater Plaza

860 N Main St West Bridgewater, MA 02379

FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Neighborhood Center
Last Verified:
Jan 14, 2022

Highlights

  • 3,340 sq/ft End Cap Unit with drive-thru ATM (address: 2071 Main St, Brockton, MA 02301)
  • 20,300 sq/ft Inline Unit (address: 846 N Main St, W Bridgewater, MA 02379)
  • Two Pad Sites available for development

Description

Fun City Trampoline Park anchored Center on the Brockton/West Bridgewater line on Route 28 has one (1) end cap space available for lease, one (1) inline space and two (2) pad sites available for development that offer great visibility. Other tenants include Dollar Tree, El Shadday Church, Family Dollar and two more Tenants coming Spring of 2022. Ready to bring your business to this part of town… Contact Cesar to schedule a tour.

Route 28 Brockton/West Bridgewater line


Year Built: 1971
Building Size: 123584sq ft
Lot Size: 22.75 acres


Documents

Lease Brochure - West Bridgewater Plaza

Units for Lease

860 N Main St, West Bridgwater
Space Available: 14000 SF
Lease Type: NNN
846 N Main St, West Bridgwater
Space Available: 20300 SF
Lease Type: NNN
2071 Main St, Brockton
Space Available: 3340 SF
Lease Type: NNN
2 Pad Site Developments
Space Available: 0 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Map of 860 N Main St, West Bridgewater, MA, 02379

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