NE 257TH DR Troutdale, OR 97060 pending
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Key Details

Property Type: Vacant Land

Sub Type: Industrial

Listing Status: Pending

Purchase Type: For Sale

Lot Size: 2.800 Acres

MLS Listing ID: 19185884

Short Sale: No

Property Description

Central Business District zoning land parcel of 2.80 acres now available in Historic Downtown Troutdale Oregon The gateway to the Columbia River Gorge. Great development opportunity with zoning that accommodates a wide variety of uses. View the mountain in Washington state. Development profile available upon request. There four total parcels equaling 2.80 acres / 122,019 SQ FT.Service development credits available. Contact broker for additional details..

Location

State: OR

County: Multnomah

Area: Gresham, Sandy, Troutdale, Corbett

Zoning: CBD

Exterior

Utilities Available: Gas-500'+,Electricity Available,Sewer-500'+

View Y/N: Yes

View: City,Mountain(s)

Street Surface: Paved

Building

Lot Description: Public Road

Schools

Elementary Schools: Troutdale

Middle Schools: Walt Morey

High Schools: Reynolds

Others

Tax Amount: $4,053

Acceptable Financing: Cash,Conventional

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