Vacant Land Bell Street in Lansing

5 Bell Street Lansing, MI 48906

Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Feb 15, 2024


These two adjacent vacant land parcels offer an exceptional opportunity for investors, developers, or business owners seeking a strategic location for their operations. Situated in the heart of Lansing, the property is clear and ready for development.

Key Features:

Strategic Location: Bell Street provides easy access to major highways, making it ideal for logistics, manufacturing, or warehousing businesses.
Zoning Flexibility: The IND-1 zoning allows for a variety of industrial uses, including light manufacturing, distribution centers, and storage facilities.
Utilities: All necessary utilities (water, sewer, gas, and electric) are available at the frontage, streamlining the development process.
High Visibility: The property enjoys exposure to local traffic and is surrounded by established businesses.
Build to Suit: Whether you’re planning a new facility or expanding an existing one, this land offers a blank canvas for your vision.

North of
West of Turner Road
East of N. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
South of Filley Street
All in the City of Lansing in the County of Ingham in the State of Michigan

Lot Size: 0.3 acres

Map of 5 Bell Street, Lansing, MI, 48906

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