Neighborhood: Port Charlotte, 33954 - Port Charlotte, J C Center
Property Taxes: $2,627
*** SITE INCLUDES PREPAID IMPACT FEES!!!! ***
1.45± Acre prime interchange parcel is conveniently located at J.C. Center, a leading retail/ professional area situated in Charlotte County. The property is located at the intersection of Peachland Blvd. and Veterans Blvd, which allows for easy access to Kings Highway and I-75 at Exit 170.
The immediate area provides the majority of services for I-75, allowing travelers and local residents to use the services provided by J.C. Center businesses, which includes Publix, Cracker Barrel, McDonald’s, Waffle House, Charlotte State Bank, Ace Hardware & more. Shopping at Wal-Mart Supercenter. Must see!!!
There are 5 hotels located within roughly 1 mile: Holiday Inn Express, Country Inn, Hampton Inn, La Quinta Inn, Sleep Inn & Suites.
Traffic signal at the intersection of Peachland Blvd & Veterans Blvd allows for exceptional ingress and egress to J.C. Center. This location is a great development opportunity as well as an investment in vacant land in a growing area. Land is zoned PD (Planned Development) and is a corner lot.
The property is presently a vacant commercial lot and has two legal addresses being that it is situated on corner lot. The addresses are as follows.
1) 720 J C Center Court, Port Charlotte, FL 33954
2) 24200 Corporate Court, Port Charlotte, FL 33954
Site includes prepaid impact fees for a 7000+ sq ft building.
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