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Mission Capital Advisors selling five vacant retail properties in Indiana

Mission Capital Advisors selling five vacant retail properties in Indiana,ph01
10901 East Washington Street in Indianapolis

Mission Capital Advisors’ Asset Sales Group is marketing five separate vacant Indiana retail properties. The five properties range in size from 14,000 to 80,000 square feet, and are located in Indianapolis, Richmond, Muncie and Lafayette, Indiana.

The Mission Capital team of Will Sledge, Kyle Kaminski and Rob Beyer is marketing the offerings on behalf of the seller, a CMBS special servicer. Each of the properties will be auctioned individually on the RealINSIGHT Marketplace platform, with the bidding window opening on Dec. 3 and closing on Dec. 5.

All five of the properties were previously occupied by the Marsh grocery chain – or its LoBill Foods brand – which filed for bankruptcy protection in 2017 and was subsequently liquidated. All five of the buildings are fully vacant.

The properties include:

• 10901 East Washington Street in Indianapolis is an 80,000-square-foot, single-story retail property. Constructed in 1992, the building sits on an eight-acre lot, and is ideally located just east of the Washington Plaza Mall, and is surrounded by a wide range of national tenants including Walmart, Dairy Queen, Arby’s and GameStop. The property is also within minutes of Interstates 70 and 465. The property has a starting bid of $100,000.

• 3825 State Road 26 East in Lafayette is an 80,064-square-foot, single-story, big-box retail property. The structure was built in 1995 and is situated on a 12-acre lot adjacent to a Sam’s Club and across the street from the Lafayette Pavilions local shopping mall. The property is situated in a prime enclave of Lafayette, surrounded by a largely residential neighborhood that also features several hotels and numerous retail and dining options. The property has a starting bid of $100,000.

• Built in 1980, 3910 West Bethel Pike in Muncie is a 50,042-square-foot, single-tenant property in a prime area that features a range of shopping and dining options. With convenient local access, the property is ideally suited for retail uses, and housed a short-term Halloween-focused retailer this fall. Located approximately two miles from Ball State University, in an area marked by significant tech job growth, the property should generate significant leasing interest from national and local tenants looking to expand in one of Muncie’s strongest retail submarkets. The property has a starting bid of $100,000.

• 1301 South East Street in Richmond is a 14,737-square-foot, single-story building. The single-tenant structure was built in 1950 and is ideally suited for a buyer open to acquiring a well-located commercial property at a low basis with an eye toward redevelopment. The property has a starting bid of $50,000.

• 1920 South Hoyt Avenue in Muncie is a 60,072-square-foot, two-building retail/commercial property. The two properties include a single-story, 45,000-square-foot building, constructed in 1978, and a two-story commercial building, which was built in 2017 and measures approximately 15,000 square feet. The layout of the property affords an investor flexibility for either single-tenant or multi-tenant usage. The property has a starting bid of $100,000.