110 North 9th Street Noblesville, IN 46060
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Key Details

Property Type: Commercial

Sub Type: Retail

Listing Status: Active

Purchase Type: For Rent

Lot Size: 1,385 Sqft

Year Built: 1900

MLS Listing ID: 21689188

HOA Y/N: No

Property Description

Spectacular location in the Noblesville Downtown Riverfront Redevelopment District. Building is the old Key Bank building across from the old courthouse on the square. The main level is being offered for lease as a restaurant and owner will offer a 3 way liquor license. Final numbers on square feet, lease amount, and build out cost will be negotiated. Parking will be available to tenants in the lot directly north of the building, a total of 40 spaces. The building is being modernized and converted to executive office suites on the 2nd story. Building has an elevator to all three levels. Pricing is based on partial main floor space of approximately 7500 sq ft, as much as 16,000 sq ft, including basement, is available at a higher price.

Location

State: IN

County: Hamilton

Area: 2914 - Hamilton - Noblesville

Zoning: commercial

Others

Tax Amount: $17,500

Tax Year: 2018

Miscellaneous: WillDivide

Recently Renovated: 2019

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