West Frankfort Plaza

3-10 West Frankfort Plaza West Frankfort, IL 62896

3-10 West Frankfort Plaza, West Frankfort, IL, 62896
3-10 West Frankfort Plaza, West Frankfort, IL, 62896
FOR SALE FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Amount:
$2,500,000
Last Verified:
Jan 05, 2021


Description

The former Kmart space consisting of approximately 60,842 square feet is available for sale in West Frankfort Plaza. The shopping center is approximately 117,321 square feet and situated on 18.63 acres. Kroger and Dollar Tree are the retail anchor tenants in the shopping center.

There are three available opportunities for lease in the shopping center. Suite 3 is approximately 60,842 square feet. Suite 6 is approximately 4,000 square feet, and Suite 9 is 10,069 square feet.

West Frankfort Plaza is located on Route 149 (Main Street) and just west of I57 in West Frankfort, IL. The property is a highly visible location in the heart of the West Frankfort trade area. Traffic counts along Main Street are approximately 13,300 VPD and 37,400 VPD on I-57.


Year Built: 1982
Building Size: 60842sq ft
Lot Size: 18.63 acres

Units for Lease

3 West Frankfort Plaza
Space Available: 60842 SF
Lease Type: NNN
9 West Frankfort Plaza
Space Available: 10069 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Map of 3-10 West Frankfort Plaza, West Frankfort, IL, 62896

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