THE BUSINESS CENTER AT HURSTBOURNE GREEN

Office for Sale
Catylist Listing ID: 30858552
Property Subtypes: Business Park, Executive Suites, Governmental, Institutional
Condo? Yes
Building Size (RSF): 1,035 SF
Gross Land Area: 2 Acres
Sale Price: $125,000
Property Use Type: Vacant/Owner-User, Business
Building Name: THE BUSINESS CENTER AT HURSTBOURNE GREEN
Class of Space: Class B
Usable Size (USF): 1,035 SF
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 5/17/2024

Overview / Comments

This second floor East End office condominium located in The Business Center at Hurstbourne Green offers 3 offices, reception area partitioned from bullpen, Kitchenette - sink, counter, refrigerator and office restroom. Ample parking with a 5:1 ratio and plenty of green space. Ideal location for a small business looking to surround themselves with other established companies. Convenient location to banks, restaurants,
hotels, and other businesses. FF&E are negotiable.
Secured building condo fee, $200/MONTH, includes: water, sewer, ground maintenance, and snow removal.

Directions: N. Hurstbourne Parkway to Ormsby Lane, to UPS Drive, across from Iceland Sports Complex.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Louisville/Jefferson County
County: Jefferson
Taxing Authority: JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Tax ID/APN: 3075-0203-0000
Is Condo?: Yes
Zoning: PRO - Planned Research/Office Center District
Property Located Between: N. HURSTBOURNE PKWY. & HWY. 146
Property Visibility: Good
Highway Access: I-71 4 MILES I-265 4 MILES I-264 4 MILES I-64 4 MILES
Airports: LOUISVILLE MUHAMMAD ALI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - SDF
Site Description: FLAT
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 2
Typical SF / Floor: 1,035 SF
Year Built: 1998
Roof Type: Hip
Construction/Siding: Brick/Aluminum Siding, Stucco
Parking Type: Surface
Parking Description: 85 Parking spaces for 16 units; 5 spaces per unit.
Total Parking Spaces: 85
Heat Type: Natural Gas
Heat Source: Central
Air Conditioning: Engineered System
Internet Access: T1/T3
Interior Description: - Second floor office - 9' ceilings - Reception counter, partitioned from additional work area. - Laminated wood flooring. - 3 private offices, 2 have exterior window views. - 1 bathroom., no shower or tub, sink and toilet. - Refrigerator/Sink area - Mechanics closet - Coat closet
Zoning Description: PRO Planned Research/Office District The PRO - Planned Research/Office District is intended: 1. To provide sufficient space in appropriate locations for attractive landscaped laboratories, research, factories, and distribution centers. 2. To insure compatibility between the industrial operations within the park and the existing activities and character of the community in which the park is located. 3. To provide opportunities for employment close to residential areas and thus to cut travel time from home to work and the burden on the streets and transit system. The following provisions shall apply in the PRO District unless otherwise provided in these regulations. A. Permitted Uses: All uses permitted in the M-1 Industrial District, all uses must be confined within a building, including storing (uses located totally within the caverns developed under a Conditional Use Permit for Underground Space shall be considered to meet the requirement of confinement within a building) Clubs, private, non-profit Colleges, schools and institutions of learning Day care centers, day nurseries, nursery schools and kindergartens Dwellings only in connection with bona fide agricultural operations, or as living quarters for bona fide caretakers and/or watchmen and their families Governmentally owned or operated buildings or uses Libraries, museums, historical buildings and grounds, arboretums, aquariums, and art galleries; not for profit Office buildings Parks, playgrounds and community centers, not for profit Retail sales and consumer service establishments (not including warehouse sales) dealing primarily with employees and visitors of establishments permitted as principal uses, provided that such commercial uses shall not occupy more than 5 percent of the land area of the district in which it is located Trade and business schools, not objectionable due to noise, odor, dust, smoke, vibration, or other reasons B. Conditional Uses: Certain uses may be permitted in this district upon the granting of a Conditional Use Permit by the Board of Zoning Adjustment. Refer to Chapter 4 Part 2 for a listing of uses and requirements that apply to specific uses. Chapter 2 Part 6 LDC Special Purpose Zoning Districts March 2004 LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE 2.6-4 C. Maximum Density and FAR 1. Maximum Floor Area Ratio:………………………………….0.5 2. Lot Coverage: Not more than 35% of the lot may be covered by structures M-1 Industrial District The following provisions shall apply in the M-l Industrial District unless otherwise provided in these regulations: A. Permitted Uses: Accessory uses or buildings: those uses allowed shall be subordinate, customary and incidental to the permitted primary uses, including retail sale, rental or repair of items manufactured or assembled on site. Any accessory structure must meet site and other requirements of this zone. Under no circumstances will uses appropriate only in the M-3 zone be allowed in this zone as accessory uses Agricultural uses Automobile parking areas, public and private Auxiliary commercial uses: the following commercial uses shall be permitted only when subordinate and incidental to areas of existing industrial use: Branch offices of banks, savings and loans and similar financial institutions Convenience grocery stores Credit unions Restaurants as permitted in the C-1 District Vehicle service stations or repair Contractor’s shop, including but not limited to building, electrical, HVAC, landscape, and plumbing contractors, provided all operations are confined within a building Carting and light local deliveries Churches, parish halls and temples Dwellings, only in connection with bona fide agricultural operations, or as living quarters for bona fide caretakers and/or for watchmen and their families Greenhouses, wholesale Indoor paint ball ranges Laboratories, research, experimental or testing, but not including combustion type motor-testing Medical laboratories Office buildings, as accessory uses only Telecommunications hotels Temporary buildings, the uses of which are incidental to construction operations being conducted on the same or adjoining lot or tract, and which shall be removed upon completion or abandonment of such construction, or upon the expiration of a period of two years from the time of erection of such temporary buildings, whichever is sooner Chapter 2 Part 5 LDC Industrial Zoning Districts April 2004 LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE 2.5-2 Warehouse, storage, including mini-warehouses Wholesale houses and distributors, provided the operation is enclosed in a building Uses, manufacture, processing, treatment, or storage of the following, providing all operations permitted, including storage, must be confined within a building (uses located totally within the caverns developed under a Conditional Use Permit for Underground Space shall be considered to meet the requirement of confinement within a building) Adhesives, excluding manufacturing of basic components Awnings, metal Beverage (non-alcoholic) manufacture Beverage, blending and bottling Blacksmith Bookbinding Broom and brush Button manufacture, except button blanks from shell Carbon paper and ink ribbons Carpenter, cabinet making, and pattern shops Chemicals (packing only) Clay products of handicraft nature including ceramics, pottery, tile (glazed), or similar products Cleaning and dyeing of garments, hats and rugs Clocks and watches Cloth products, including canvas, clothing, garments Computers and related equipment Cosmetics or toiletries Electronic measuring instrument and electrical control devices Electrical appliance and apparatus assembly (small), including fans, fixtures, hot-plates, irons, mixers, motion picture equipment (home), phonographs, radios, television sets, toasters, toys, or similar products, but not including electrical machinery Electrical supplies, including cable and wire assemblies, batteries (dry cell), insulation, lamps, switches, or similar supplies Flowers, artificial Food processing, including bakery products (wholesale), candy manufacture, coffee, tea, and spices (processing and packaging), creamery and dairy operations, ice cream manufacture, macaroni and noodle manufacture, oleomargarine (compounding and packaging only) Fur finishing and fur goods, not including tanning, dyeing Glass products from previously manufactured glass Hair, felt, or feather products Hat finishing and millinery from straw and other fibers Ink or ink ribbon, packaging Instruments, accessories and supplies used in medical diagnosis and treatment Jewelry Latex paints (water base) Chapter 2 Part 5 LDC Industrial Zoning Districts April 2004 LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE 2.5-3 Leather products manufacture (no tanning operations), including shoes, machine belting, or similar products Luggage Machines, business, including accounting machines, calculators, card counting equipment, typewriters, or similar products Medical appliances, including braces, limbs, stretchers, supports, or similar appliances Motion picture production Musical instruments (including pianos and organs) Novelty products (from prepared materials) Optical equipment Paper products, including bags, boxes, bulk goods, containers (shipping), envelopes, interior packaging components, stationery, tubes, wallpaper, or similar products Pharmaceutical products (compounding only) Photographic equipment Plastic molding and shaping, excluding manufacturing of basic components Precision instruments Printing, publishing, engraving, including photo-engraving Scenery construction Sheet metal shops Signs and displays (non-metal ) Soaps or detergents, including washing or cleaning powder or soda, packaging only Statuary and art goods, other than stone and concrete, including church art, figurines, mannequins, religious art, (excluding foundry operations) Stamp (hand), stencils, and brands Toys and games Trade and business schools Umbrellas and parasols Upholstery and furniture shops, wholesale Vehicles, children's, including baby carriages, bicycles, scooters, wagons, or similar vehicles Window shades, Venetian blinds, awnings, tarpaulins, and canvas specialties Wood products, including furniture, baskets, boxes, crates, or similar products, and copperage works (except copperage stockmill) Those uses which are more similar in type and intensity to the above list of uses than to uses listed elsewhere in these regulations. B. Conditional Uses: Certain uses may be permitted in this district upon the granting of a Conditional Use Permit by the Board of Zoning Adjustment. Refer to Chapter 4 Part 2 for a listing of uses and requirements that apply to specific uses. Chapter 2 Part 5 LDC Industrial Zoning Districts April 2004 LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE 2.5-4 C. Property Development Regulations: Refer to the applicable Form District regulations in Chapter 5 for lot size, setback, building heights and other restrictions. D. Maximum Density and FAR 1. Maximum Floor Area Ratio:..........................................................2.0 2. Maximum Density: …………………………………………………None
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 11,396 90,199 198,262
Median Age: 41.64 40.9 41.03
Households: 4,649 38,880 85,633

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Thomas M Wuest

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