5209 24TH AVE S, Tampa, Florida
5209 24TH AVE S, Tampa, Florida 33619 - 3-building industrial campus with 39,035 SF total building space, 2 bridge crane systems and truck scale on 5.7 Acres of fully-security-fenced land located adjacent to rail and zoned M (Manufacturing) Hillsborough County. Site is <2 M from Port of Tampa; 4 M to I-75; and 3.2 M to I-4! West Building is 275' x 79' w/32' clear height (21,725 SF), and partially shelters a 400' x 56' x 24'H bridge crane system. The crane extends 100' out of the building to the north and 25' to the south. The East building is 200'x 60' w/24' clear height (12,000 SF), and completely shelters a 200'x 39' bridge crane system. The center main building is 125' x 40' w/14' clear height (5,000SF) plus office 19' x 40' (760SF). Seller did not use the bridge crane systems and does not warrant their usability. The functional truck scale is 72' x 11'. The property is completely fenced with solid, galvanized steel panels providing both site security and street level visual privacy. The fence has some components in place for electric security measures. Seller did not use the electric fence and does not warrant its usability. The 5.7 acre parcel is approx. square at Â± 465' x 472'. It is flat, clear, and ready to use. Owner previously quoted $100K for rail spur. The M (Manufacturing) zoning permits a wide variety of uses (see attached zoning docs). Future Land Use (FLU) is LI (Light Industrial), Hillsborough County. NOTE: includes 2 parcels 5209 (U-27-29-19-663-000001-58400.0) and 5211 (U-27-29-19-663-000001-58390.0) 24th Ave S.
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“Mary and her husband David did an excellent job of marketing my home, provided guidance on pricing to attract potential buyers, engaged an excellent photographer to show the home in its best light, and utilized web sites and channels to make the home visible to a very large segment of the buying community. Their service was consistently excellent. Their services could be enhanced by finding a better network of supporting services (like handymen, stagers, closers, etc.). But most importantly they got the job done, professionally and timely.”