Commercial Development Vacant Land for Sale in Ypsilanti
|Catylist Listing ID:
|Gross Land Area:
||$250,000 Per Acre
|In Opportunity Zone?
|Adjacent Parcels Available:
||Cash to Seller
Overview / Comments
Value is in the land. Existing single family home now on the site. Adjoining sites may also be for sale. High traffic location near Michigan Ave/I-94 and Ellsworth shopping centers.
Attachments & Media
||Washtenaw E of 23
||City of Ypsilanti
|Property Located Between:
||Hewitt and Ellsworth
||YP# 100-14 LOT 14 TRIANGLE PARK SUBDIVISION.
|Largest Nearby Street:
||Ellsworth and Hewitt
|Feet of Frontage:
||I-94, US-23, US-12
||DTW, Ann Arbor
||Within the Hewitt-Michigan Avenue-Ellsworth triangle
||Ypsilanti is a progressive city with a great community vibe and arts scene. Ypsilanti has the second largest contiguous historic district in the state of Michigan which includes both downtown Ypsilanti, along Michigan Avenue, and the Depot Town area adjacent to Frog Island Park and Riverside Park, which features many specialty shops, bars and grills, and a farmers' market. The history of Ypsilanti is still present and vibrant in today’s shops, dining and entertainment scene. With the Downtown and Depot Town districts only minutes apart they utilize their beautifully preserved historic areas to add interest to the variety of cultures present in the art, music and shopping.
Ypsilanti is home to Eastern Michigan University and expands beyond the downtown districts to include 23,000+ acres of public park and recreation areas that help make up the Washtenaw County area. You’re just minutes from town and can find golfing, mountain biking, canoeing, hiking or natural scenery to relax in. Alternatively, you can travel to neighboring Ann Arbor (6 miles west of Ypsilanti) or Detroit (18 miles east of Ypsilanti) for sporting events, concerts and cultural excursions.
||The B-3 general business districts are designed to provide sites for more diversified business types which would often be incompatible with the pedestrian movement in the local business district or the community business district.
• Sec. 1101. - Principal uses permitted:
• In a general 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 ordinance:
1.Any retail business or service establishment permitted in B-1 and B-2 districts as principal uses permitted, subject to the regulations applicable in the following sections of this ordinance.
2.Any retail business or service establishment permitted and as regulated in B-1 and B-2 districts as uses permitted subject to special conditions.
3.Bus passenger stations.
4.New and used car salesroom, showroom or office.
5.Other uses similar to the above uses.
6.Other structures customarily incident to the above permitted uses.
7.Secondhand apparel businesses whose principal activity is devoted to the sale of secondhand apparel. Pawnbrokers, secondhand dealers, and junk dealers are not uses permitted under this section.
(Ord. No. 97-169, 6-17-97)
||Electric, Water, Gas, Sewer, Cable
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