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Marcus & Millichap is pleased to present the HHGregg in Chesapeake, Virginia. Built in 2010, HHGregg occupies a 25,150 square-foot freestanding building on 2.20 acres and has 11 years remaining on a 15-year NN lease. There are $1 per square-foot increases every five years, including in each of the three, 5-year renewal options.
Winner of Virginia Pilot "Best Sandwich of Chesapeake for 2014". Very clean store with a friendly experience staff! Huge potential! In business for over 6 years with same owner. Owner needs to focus on MBA studies and can't operate the store any longer. This investment will payback in 1 to 2 years!
4,702 SF For Sale at $595,000 ($126.54)/SF with 4,700 SF Available for Lease 4,702 SF Retail Day Care Center Building Built in 1978
Formerly a Funeral Home, leased until April 2015. Perfect for Daycare, School, office, funeral home or church.
This property features excellent visibility and signage with 42,000 VPD. This property is currently occupied by Kmart, Do not disturb tenant.
12,000 SQ. OF BEAUTY SUPPLIES. ONE OF KINDS, ANNUAL SALES ARE 1.5M. NET PROFIT AROUND $40,000 PER MONTH. OWNER WILL CARRY WITH PERSON WHO COULD RUN THE BUSINESS. MUST CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT. PRICE IS NOT INCLUDE INVENTORIES.
1/2 acre commercial site w/ B-2 zoning. Flat. Cleared. Visible. Existing house may be tear down; garage has value for storage & shop.
Convenience Store/Gas Station. Business/Property/Land being sold as is. All fixtures will convey.
Shopping center with nearly 70,000 sq. ft. of retail space (we have some leasable space available). In addition there is a free standing bank building ready for turn-key operation. There are more than 13 acres of property with an abundance of parking. Conceptual drawings for additional buildings are available for review. Pylon signage and good street exposure. Property located at signaled intersection. Across the street is a new neighborhood retail center anchored by Food Lion. Activity in the area is strong with a good deal of new construction in the surrounding neighborhoods. Soon to open Jorden Bridge should be a boon to the area. In South Norfolk there are big plans for future development. Great Potential for the savvy investor.