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6863 Lundys Lane Unit# A Niagara Falls, Ontario L2G 1V7

Central Air Conditioning Forced Air

$20 / ft2

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. Prime Lundys Lane high traffic location to bring your Food, Retail or Creative business. Great street front exposure, outdoor patio space, multiple entry/exit points and ample parking lot. Surrounded by national brands and popular independent destinations. Property is in the process of being updated and repositioned by owner. Currently vacant and ready for conversion to your business specifications-open space and multiple levels. Leasable space can be expanded to 4,258 sq ft with inclusion of second floor mezzanine. This property was previously a restaurant/brewpub, there is an existing 12 foot kitchen hood. Zoning allows for a multitude of uses. Fantastic opportunity here!! (id:48215)

Property Details

MLS® Number 40268120
Property Type Retail
Amenities Near By Public Transit, Shopping
Community Features High Traffic Area

Building

Basement Development Partially Finished
Basement Type Partial (partially Finished)
Construction Material Concrete Block, Concrete Walls
Cooling Type Central Air Conditioning
Exterior Finish Concrete, Stucco
Heating Fuel Natural Gas
Heating Type Forced Air
Stories Total 2
Size Exterior 2287.0000
Type Retail
Utility Water Municipal Water

Land

Access Type Highway Access, Highway Nearby
Acreage No
Land Amenities Public Transit, Shopping
Sewer Municipal Sewage System
Size Depth 134 Ft
Size Frontage 92 Ft
Zoning Description Gc

https://www.realtor.ca/real-estate/24464105/6863-lundys-lane-unit-a-niagara-falls

Adrian Kulakowsky
Broker

(905) 401-0141

Exp Realty
386 St. Paul Street - Unit 102
St. Catharines, Ontario L2R 3N2

(866) 530-7737
exprealty.ca

Andrew Kulakowsky
Salesperson

(289) 241-9095
www.andrewkulakowsky.com
https://www.facebook.com/andrewkrealtor

Exp Realty
386 St. Paul Street - Unit 102
St. Catharines, Ontario L2R 3N2

(866) 530-7737
exprealty.ca

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