If you have been looking for that perfect commercial space to start your new business, look no further. This is a huge versatile space, the possibilities are endless. Downtown Union Pier is dominated by this 2-story building, just waiting for your dream business to take shape. On Townline Road, this location offers excellent visibility, and good parking.
From the MLS listing: Ideally located Commercial/Retail or Residential space in quaint downtown Union Pier. Lower level has 2 large open spaces with 10 ft ceilings, and ceramic tile floors. Large windows provide excellent visibility and abundant natural light. Upper level has a wonderful large loft area with kitchenette, and two separate rooms as well. This versatile property is just a short walk to the beach! Make your appointment today.
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Author:Paul Zubrys Phone: 269-783-5253 Dated: December 13th 2011 Views: 3,738 About Paul: I began my real estate career in 1987. Harbor Country Real Estate, Lake Michigan Lakefront Property,...
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