Thank you for reviewing Petoskey Town Center located in Petoskey, Michigan. The center is this well located midway in the retail sector of Petoskey and Emmet County, nearby stores include, Bed, Bath and Beyond, Dunhams Sports, Dollar Tree, Marshalls, JoAnn Fabrics, Meijer, Home Depot, Lowes, Art Van Furniture, Super Wal-Mart and Aldi.
The shopping center developed in 1990 and was purchased by U.S. Properties Group in 2014 as a redevelopment site. This 174,870 square foot shopping center hosts Hobby Lobby, Pier one imports, Christopher and Banks, triple A, Petoskey Sewing Center, Grondin Hair Salon and Busy Bodies Bounce Town.
Petoskey is in Emmet County, which is the 3rd highest ranking county in retail sales per capita in Michigan the thirty minute drive time market includes a population of fifty six thousand earning on average seventy four thousand dollars per household.
Space is available ranging from one thousand six hundred square feet to eighty six thousand four hundred seventy nine square feet.
The former K-Mart is eighty six thousand four hundred seventy nine square feet is available in its entirety or partitioned to suit large users.
Construction type is two C bay sizes are typically forty feet wide by thirty four feet. Original construction drawings are available to qualified users.
This fully sprinkled building features a suspended finished ceiling height of fourteen feet and a somewhat higher clear height.
Two full height truck docks and a loading ramp for carts are located on the northwest corner of the building. Additional features include a mezzanine, two womens and two mens restrooms, fenced exterior garden center. Three hundred thirty parking spaces are conveniently located directly in front of the building.
Zoning for this property is Planned Unit Development. The allowed us category for this specific planned unit development is mixed-commercial, which includes retail, office and service. Changes to the planned unit development begin with the City of Petoskey Planning Commission with final approval by the City Council.
Contact Donn Davids at 614-284-1904 regarding redevelopment or Ben Layman for leasing at 614-400-9911.