6 ACRES & FREE-STANDING BUILDING

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6 ACRES & FREE-STANDING BUILDING

Address

342 N Swinton Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33444

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Property Type: Retail
Listing Status: Active

Contact Info

Gary Broidis
Cell: 561-703-9298
gary@atlanticcg.com

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Property Description

This is an extremely rare opportunity to purchase (or ground lease) 2-6 acres of land in the historic district of Swinton Avenue in Delray Beach.  Since 1970, the Cason United Methodist Church has been operating at this property located on the southwest corner of Lake Ida Road and Swinton Avenue.  The existing church building (approx. 15,000 SF) and ancillary educational wing comprised of classrooms, nursery, library, choir room and additional private rooms and other open areas contain approximately 4,600 square feet of interior space.  The west side of the property consists of approximately 3-4 acres of land and can be purchased or leased and is permitted for multiple uses. The Church will be extremely flexible with the terms and the amount of land and/or building areas to be leased or sold.

This opportunity will not last and is one of the only large tracts of land available in this market.  Some potential uses for the western land parcel are Assisted Living Facility, Townhomes, Recreational Facilities, Park, Community Center, etc.

Location Description

Located in the historic district of Swinton Avenue in Delray Beach. The Community Facilities (CF) District is a special purpose zone district primarily, but not exclusively, intended for locations at which facilities are provided to serve public, semi-public, and private purposes. Such purposes include governmental, religious, educational, health care, social service, and special facilities.

Additional Information Site Highlights
Building Size: 19,580 SF
Year Built: 1970
Price: Submit Offers
Lot Size: 5.89 Acres
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