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4 Brighton, MI Industrial Buildings for Sale

Industrial Buildings for Sale in Brighton, MI - Overview

Industrial buildings for sale in Brighton, MI currently incorporate a total of 30,170 square feet across 4 local listings. The industrial property available can accommodate a wide range of investment objectives, activity types, and tenant workspace needs. The current local selection includes a robust variety of sizes from small to big box space , with listings of up to 22,170 square feet. Get the most out of the dedicated search tools and filters available on this page to easily identify the best industrial property for your portfolio strategy and business needs.

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