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Property Overview
Price/Rent PSF Inquire
Asset Type Retail
Trade Type Lease
SQ. FT. Available 2,515
Date Available 09/10/2018
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Parking 28
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Location
The property is located at the corner of Ray Ave and Mason St in downtown Fayetteville. The Festival Park and Linear Park are across each street from the property. The location is easily accessible with driveway access on both streets. Downtown Fayetteville is continuing to see growth and revitalization especially as the construction of the new baseball stadium moves forward in the near future.

Lease
The former Bank of America branch is available for lease in the downtown area of Fayetteville not far from where the new baseball stadium will be constructed. The building is approximately 2,515 SF on 1.43 acres. The property is zoned OI which allows for many professional uses. It is easily accessible with driveways on both Ray Ave and Mason St. The property was previously used as a bank branch and still has the teller windows installed inside and the bank vault.

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