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Miami River Marine Site with Large Slips, Warehouse and Office – By Simply Marinas

Simply Marinas 10.12

Ideal for Boat Brokerage and Sales, Dockage, Storage and Minor Repairs
Price: $2.5mm

Property Website: https://www.simplymarinas.com/marina-for-sale/miami-river-marine-site-with-high-density-development-zoning-2/

Highlights

  • Marine use, storage, distribution, mixed use
  • 470' river frontage+/-
  • 24,334SF lot
  • T head 70 ft
  • 1,633SF building with 2 warehouses, 2 office, and 2 bathrooms
  • Has appreciation upside due to zoning for 200+ units per acre

Location

The property is located on the Miami River, a fast growing and appreciating area, highly desirable due to the limited waterfront in Miami. This property is further unique do to the rare combination of its marine and mixed use potential. Property is located 1.7 miles from the airport and 5.7 miles to Brickell. Airport city will be a 512-million-dollar project, that's projected to create 10,000 permanent jobs after completion. The property is fronting the Miami River which serves as a place for economic activity, transportation, recreation & conservation.

Please contact Michelle Ash, Simply Marinas Broker for more information:
305-439-9581 ash1@simplymarinas.com

Please view our other offerings:
https://www.simplymarinas.com/marinas-for-sale/

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