Located in the City’s northwest quadrant, this I-1 zoned land is a rare find in Lexington where the availability of larger, industrially-zoned parcels is limited.
Land is a nearly rectangularly-shaped parcel with a single entrance on Bizzell Drive. Most of the yard area is paved in concrete. The warehouse is located on the extreme western part of the lot, leaving a large yard area. There is also a 180’ x 120’ +/- foundation for a second warehouse that was never constructed.
Warehouse is 90’ x 180’, more-or-less, with two small offices on each end on the building. Currently the warehouse is divided into two spaces. Interior height below roof trusses is about 17’. Also 4 dock doors and 2 drive-in doors.
Three tenants currently occupy the building and yard; leases are month-to-month. Two tenants occupy the warehouse and one leases yard space.
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