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11.5 acres in Leelanau County, Michigan

13380 S W Bay Shore Drive, Traverse City, Michigan 49684 - Leelanau County
$1,435,000 11.50 Acres
Property ID 2318770


Outstanding Development Property. The site is comprised of 11 acres (9 Acres contiguous), 275 Frontage on M-22 & 360 frontage on West Grand Traverse Bay. Site includes Deep Water Dock w/ 18+ boat slips, approved for an additional 28 slip Marina; Brownfield Redevelopment designated. Site is adjacent to TART (Traverse Area Recreational Trail) Bike Trail. Proposed development includes 8,000 SF Retail over-looking West Grand Traverse Bay. Site can accommodate a variety of commercial and multi-family uses. Site Currently includes two 6,000 SF commercial Buildings, 3 residential buildings and 1 garage. Contact Us for more information. Zoning: Leelanau County Elmwood Twp C-2: Commercial Allowable Uses: Retail Sales Restaurant Office/Showroom/Workshop Lodges/Hotel/Motel Gasoline Service/Filling Station Lumber or Building Supply Boat Sales/Repair Facility Transportation Depot Medical Marijuana Collective Conditional Uses: Mini-Storage Facility Recreational Facilities (excludes Carnival/Temporary) Clinic/Hospital/Veterinary Car Wash Planned Development


South West Bay Shore Drive (M-22 North) on west side of highway. Next to Dockside Party Store in Greilickville.

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Gerald Snowden


125 Park Street
Traverse City, MI 49684

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