Downtown South Lyon Commercial Space for Lease

Retail-Commercial for Lease
Also listed as Office
Catylist Listing ID: 30656948
Property Subtypes: Free-Standing Building, Mixed Use, Street Retail
Contiguous Space: 640 SF
Gross Building Area: 1,300 SF
Lease Rate: $850 (Monthly)
$15.94 PSF (Annual)
Lease Types: Modified Gross
Usable Size (USF): 640 SF
Last Updated: 10/28/2020

Overview / Comments

First floor commercial space is available in this stand alone building. Previously a barber/hair salon, however, zoning affords many options. Wide open floor plan.
New windows recently.

Located south of 10 Mile Road on Wells, next to the post office, in downtown South Lyon. Free street parking.

Possible uses:
Barber Shop / Salon
Grocery related retail
Pharmacy / Drug Convenience Store
Dry good, clothing or furniture retail
Hardware store
Repair or tailor shops
Dry cleaner
Niche retail/service such as photographer, interior decorator, trade showroom, agency, etc
Executive, administrative or professional office
Private school or studio

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Suite: A 640 SF $850 (Monthly) Modified Gross
Space Available: 640 SF
Lease Rate: $850 (Monthly)
$15.94 PSF (Annual)
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Space Description: Lease Type: Plus electric and Comcast split with upstairs tenant.
Date Available: 10/8/2020
Space Type: Relet

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Detroit-Warren-Dearborn
County: Oakland
Submarket/Township: Central I-96 Corridor
Taxing Authority: City of South Lyon
Tax ID/APN: 80-21-29-101-015
Zoning: B2 - CENTRAL BUSINESS
Retail Clientele: General, Family
Property Located Between: South of 10 Mile Road, East of Lafayette
Property Visibility: Good
Largest Nearby Street: 10 Mile Road
Highway Access: US-23, I-96
Airports: DTW, Ann Arbor
Area Description: Known for its historic and charming downtown, annual festivals, top-notch parks and excellent schools, the City of South Lyon offers a wonderful community to thrive in. Originally established as an agricultural center built around two railroads and incorporated as a city in 1930, South Lyon is becoming a center for manufacturing, with 70 acres of light industrial properties located within the city limits. South Lyon’s utility systems service residents and businesses, an important feature unavailable in surrounding areas. The center of the business district is at Ten Mile Road and Pontiac Trail. At just 3.5 square miles in size, the City offers small town living, with the convenience of nearby interstate highways, major metropolitan areas and international airports. Its location between Ann Arbor, Brighton and Novi provides the South Lyon residents and businesses with easy access to busy neighboring communities.
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 2
Construction/Siding: Brick
Parking Type: Surface, Other
Parking Description: Street parking
Heat Type: Natural Gas
Heat Source: Central
Air Conditioning: Engineered System
Zoning Description: B-2 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT Sec. 102-306. - Intent. The B-2 central business district is intended to permit those uses which provide for a variety of retail stores and related activities, and for office buildings and service establishments which occupy the prime frontages in the central business district, and which serve the consumer population beyond the corporate boundaries of the city. The district regulations are designed to promote convenient pedestrian shopping and the stability of retail development by encouraging a continuous retail frontage and by prohibiting automotive related services and nonretail uses which tend to break up such continuity. (Ord. of 2-13-95(2), § 5.250) • Sec. 102-307. - Principal uses permitted. In a B-2 central business district, no building or land shall be used and no building shall be erected except for one or more of the following specified uses, unless otherwise provided in this chapter. (1) Any generally recognized retail business which supplies commodities on the premises within a completely enclosed building, such as, but not limited to: foods, drugs, liquor, furniture, clothing, dry goods, notions or hardware. (2) Any personal service establishment which performs services on the premises within a completely enclosed building, such as, but not limited to: repair shops (watches, radio, television, shoe, etc.), tailor shops, beauty parlors, barber shops, interior decorators, photographers and dry cleaners. (3) Restaurants and taverns where the patrons are served while seated with a building occupied by such establishment and wherein said establishment does not provide as an integral part of, or accessory thereto, any service of a drive-in or drive-through. (4) Offices and office buildings of an executive, administrative or professional nature. (5) Banks, when said establishment does not provide an integral part of, or accessory thereto, any service of a drive-in or drive-through. (6) Public and quasi-public buildings such as, but not restricted to: a. Municipal offices. b. Municipal off-street parking lots. c. Libraries. d. Museums. e. Fraternal organizations. (7) Commercial recreation facilities such as theaters. (8) Offices and showrooms of plumbers, electricians, decorator or similar trades, of which not more than 25 percent of the floor area of the building or part of the building occupied by said establishment is used for making, assembling, remodeling, repairing, altering, finishing or refinishing its products or merchandise, and provided that: the ground floor premises facing upon and visible from any abutting street shall be used only for entrances, offices or display. (9) Business schools or private schools operated for profit; examples include the following: dance schools, music schools, art studios and child care centers provided no outdoor activities are located on the site. (10) Newspaper offices and their printing facilities. (11) Printing shops. (12) Storage facilities when incident to and physically connected with any principal use permitted, provided that such facility be within the confines of the building or part thereof occupied by said establishment. (13) Hotels. (14) Bus passenger stations. (15) Other uses which are similar to the above and subject to the following restrictions: a. All business establishments shall be retail or service establishments dealing directly with consumers. All goods produced on the premises shall be sold at retail from premises where produced. b. All business, servicing or processing, except for off-street or loading, shall be conducted within completely enclosed buildings unless otherwise provided herein. c. Outdoor storage of commodities shall be expressly prohibited. (16) Accessory uses customarily incident to the above uses provided such uses are located on the same zoning lot as a permitted use.
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal
Easements: Ingress/Egress

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 8,137 28,280 49,129
Median Age: 39.51 40.74 40.65
Households: 3,326 10,740 18,883

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