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4029 Plank Rd

Mid City North, Baton Rouge, LA
Total Size
5,320 sqft
Year Constructed
Year Renovated
Building Class

About 4029 Plank Rd

This facility is ideal for many retail or service oriented busiensses. Plank Road has little vacancy up and down this prime commercial corridor. In addition, a brand new 9,100 SF Dollar General store was just constructed along the subject properties Southern border. Other area tenants include Chase Bank, Family Dollar, Firestone, Raisin' Cane's, Napa, Aaron's, Burger King, & Walgreens. The subject is a concrete block structure is 5,320 square feet with parking in front, a 18.5' drive isle along side to access a rear yard area behind the facility, which could be additional parking. The property dimensions are approx. 66' x 278' x 62' x 255'. Rear fronts on Mayan Street. Public Water & Sewer. Owner/Broker has procured a permit and is in the process of updating electrical service into the building, replacing the roof, updating the front facade, painting the South elevation, and cleaning up the side drive lane with aggregate. The facility is in need of A/C condensing units. Some prior interior ceiling damage from old roof leaks. Otherwise, a lot of building for the money. Property may be leased as well. Rate - $2,500/month with owner paying taxes & insurance only. Currently rented month to month. Rate & Price are based on as is condition. Additional allowances negotiable. - Parking description: Some retail parking in front along with room in rear for additional spaces. - Area description: Dense residential in every direction. Plank Road solid commercial businesses with little vacancy in both directions North & South. - Number of buildings: 1 - Building condition: Fair - Tenancy: Single Tenant

Internet Providers for 4029 Plank Rd

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Cox Communications Cable
1 Gb/s
25 Mb/s
AT&T Louisiana DSL
25 Mb/s
1.5 Mb/s

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