City Entry Hwy 62 & 3- Charlestown
Expired Vacant Land
Also listed as Retail-Commercial
|Catylist Listing ID:
Office, Retail, Retail-Pad
|Gross Land Area:
||$1,027,397 Per Acre
||Cash to Seller
Overview / Comments
Entry to the City of Charlestown. This apprx 1.46ac site is a great lighted hard corner at the intersection of 2 highways, Hwy 62 and Hwy 3. The City has it zoned as B-1 Limited Business. Don't let the title fool you as it is not really limited at all. Permissible uses are many. If you need details as to what is allowed, go to the link, City of Charlestown and look up their new City Zoning Ordinance. There are many projects happening at River Ridge in both Jeffersonville and Charlestown. Charlestown has other new activity with more residential growth and industrial growth bringing jobs, jobs, jobs. The City is eager for more growth. Give them a call.
Attachments & Media
||B-1 LIMITED BUSINESS
|Property Located Between:
||Hwy 62 and Hwy 3
||Gt 96 1.466 Ac
|Largest Nearby Street:
||Its on the highway and intersects 2 highwyas
||Clark County Regional and Louisville International
||Hard corner, traffic light, City Entrance, fronts 2 highways, near all of the River Ridge Commerce Center action in the City of Charlestown and Jeffersonville.
||Charlestown like Jeffersonville is growing exponentially as The now famous River Ridge Commerce Center brings multiple businesses, jobs, the new East End Bridge, dozens of new retail, restaurants and other commercial action. In addition there are some neat little mom & pop shops just a block away. Across the highway are new apartments, residential single family homes, hotel, medical facility and other retail.
||B-1 Limited Business. The B-1 district is intended to provide for professional office uses, personal services uses and retail service uses which dispense convenience goods and services directly to consumers on the premises. The B-1 district is a stand-alone district and is not a part of a hierarchy system of zoning. For example, what is permitted in the R-4 district is not permitted in the B-1 district. Only those uses and development standards that are expressly permitted and noted herein apply to the B-1 district. Charlestown encourages creative development solutions
that build community character and reflect the community’s vision; refer to the Planned Unit Development District that would allow for greater flexibility and creative development options.
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