Shoppers Village of Richmond

Shopping Center for Lease
Catylist Listing ID: 30435035
Property Subtypes: Strip Center
Contiguous Space: 1,800 - 47,500 SF
Total Available: 53,800 SF
Gross Building Area: 87,000 SF
Gross Land Area: 6.30 Acres
Lease Rate: $7 - 10 PSF (Annual)
Base Monthly Rent: $1,500 - 27,708
Lease Types: NNN
Ceiling: 12 ft.
Building Name: Shoppers Village of Richmond
Last Updated: 9/21/2020

Overview / Comments

Shoppers Village of Richmond at 400 Eastern Bypass in Richmond is now available for lease. This 87,000 sf shopping center has two suites available NOW For Lease - 1,800 sf and 4,500 sf. The center also has an opportunity to reposition 20,000-47,500 sf in a portion of the center that is currently occupied. Shoppers Village is also within walking distance to the EKU campus, tenants like Dollar General, Anytime Fitness, Papa John's and more have made their home at Shoppers Village for years.

Highlights
• 1,800 SF & 4,500 SF Available Now FOR LEASE
• Walking Distance to EKU
• $10 psf + CAM
• 47,500 sf space is NEGOTIABLE
• 100+ spaces cross-parking
• End Cap unit near Mahaffey Drive

Attachments & Media

Expand All 3 Spaces Available

Suite: 1 47,500 SF $7 PSF (Annual) NNN
Suite: 9 4,500 SF $10 PSF (Annual) NNN
Suite: 13 1,800 SF $10 PSF (Annual) NNN

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Richmond-Berea
County: Madison
Tax ID/APN: R003-0002-0006-3
Zoning: B4,B3
Retail Clientele: General, Family
Property Visibility: Excellent
Largest Nearby Street: Eastern Bypass
Traffic/Vehicle Count: 30,725
Site Description: 1,800 SF & 4,500 SF Available Now FOR LEASE Walking Distance to EKU $10 psf + CAM 47,500 sf space is NEGOTIABLE 100+ spaces cross-parking End Cap unit near Mahaffey Drive
Area Description: Richmond is centrally located and is south of Lexington on the I-75 corridor. Richmond is one of the fastest growing areas in Kentucky. Several identifiable factors contribute to this growth, such as easy interstate access, proximity to Lexington, lower cost of housing, good employment base, regional university, and cultural and educational opportunities. Richmond tied for the 30th in the Top Micropolitans in nation for new and expanded industry activity in 2010. The City of Richmond is currently the 7th most populous in Kentucky, up from 11th largest in the 2000 census and is the home of Eastern Kentucky University with approximately 17,000 students. Historic downtown Richmond is one of the finest 19th century commercial districts in the Southeast and is a unique blend of small town warmth and friendliness while still having access to the advantages of a big city.
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 1
Year Built: 1974
Year Renovated: 2010
Parking Type: Surface
Zoning Description: B4,B3

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 12,713 35,308 43,568
Median Age: 30.2 32.05 33.27
Households: 4,011 13,795 17,092
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