107 Acres of Industrial Land

Vacant Land for Sale
Catylist Listing ID: 30753826
Property Subtypes: Industrial
Gross Land Area: 106.96 Acres
Sale Price: $2,139,180
Unit Price: $19,999 Per Acre
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 9/15/2021

Overview / Comments

107 acres of industrial development land on US 20 at US 35/Rt 212 interchange and 1.50 miles to I-94. US 20 serves as Northwest Indiana's Extra Heavy Duty Highway allowing for loads to 134,000 lbs. from Chicago to South Bend, SW Michigan via Rt. 39 and the major interstate highways of I-94/90/80/65.

High capacity power (34 kV & 12.5 kV) at site along with 6" gas main.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Michigan City-La Porte
County: LaPorte
Tax ID/APN: 46-05-02-226-005.000-009, 46-05-02-201-014.000-009, 46-05-02-201-015.000-009
Zoning: M-2
Property Visibility: Good
Area Description: 1.50 Miles to I-94 interchange lays 107 Acres of industrial development land at US 20, US 35, Rt. 212 and Michigan Blvd interchange in Michigan City Indiana.
Zoning Description: M2 Heavy Industrial District is established to permit heavier industrial uses that are primarily of a manufacturing, assembling, and fabricating character, and are large-scale or specialized industrial operations more likely to produce external physical effects impacting to some degree surrounding districts. The M-2 District is further designed to be located in areas where heavy industrial uses can most efficiently utilize major roadways, utilities and other infrastructure
Topography: Undulating
Easements: Utilities
Available Utilities: Electric, Gas

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 3,260 27,881 51,861
Median Age: 36.52 40.38 40.95
Households: 1,381 11,637 20,349
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