Commercial Real Estate For Sale In Grand Forks ND


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$359,900

Property Type: Commercial For Sale

Year Built: 1968

Area: Small Town ND

Description: Commercial business opportunity includes 7 apartments, 5 office spaces, new…

MLS Number: 2128

Listing Office: WATSON REAL ESTATE

Last Updated: December – 09 – 2020

$29,000

709 PACIFIC Avenue, ARGYLE, MN 56713

Property Type: Commercial For Sale

Bathrooms: 1

Year Built: 1901

Area: Small Town MN

Description: Talk about a perfect investment opportunity right downtown Argyle MN! So ma…

MLS Number: 2073

Listing Office: HOMETOWN REALTY

Last Updated: December – 09 – 2020

$650

404 4TH ST NW, E GRAND FORKS, MN 56721

Property Type: Commercial for Lease

Total SqFt.: 510

Year Built: 1900

Area: E Grand Forks

Description: Charming Office Building w/510 sq ft Office Space available. Great Visibili…

MLS Number: 2143

Listing Office: CRARY REAL ESTATE

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Grand Rapids Commercial Real Estate on CARWM




Vacant Land For Sale

Grand Rapids, MI 49534

1.12 Acres, $375,000

Office, Retail –

Here is one of the best Values of Commercial Land offered for sale on M-45 just West of the ever expanding Standale Business District. Prime 1.12 …



Breton Business Center

Shopping Center For Lease

Grand Rapids, MI 49508

2,000 – 8,800 SF, $8.50 – 12.25 PSF (Annual)

– Full service curb-cut onto 28th Street.
– Space for drive-thru on end cap.
– Great location for QSR.
– Daily traffic counts exceeding …



Knapp's Corner Shops & Offices

Office For Lease

Grand Rapids, MI 49525

557 – 1,236 SF, $12 – 18.75 PSF (Annual)

Join the vibrant and thriving community of Celebration and Knapp`s Corner. Shadow anchored by a Meijer and an IMAX theater. Monument signage …



Northbrook Office Park

Office For Lease

Grand Rapids, MI 49505

775 – 6,749 SF, $12 – 14 PSF (Annual)

Office Building –

Northbrook Office Park is the premier office park along

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Norma Caulkins, 79 | Grand Island Obituaries

We are saddened to announce the passing of Norma Pauline Caulkins on Sunday, Oct 4.

A celebration of life service will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13, at All Faiths Funeral Home. Dan Naranjo will officiate. Burial of ashes will be in the Grand Island Cemetery.

The family will greet friends an hour before service time. To help protect others, face masks are required to be worn. Memorials are suggested to the family for future designations.

Norma was born May 24, 1941, to Eugene and Edna Semm (Lockenvitz), she grew up at the family home on North Front Street with her younger brothers, Larry and Dale, where the family ran a machine shop. A memorable childhood story involves her being chased down the alley on her tricycle by the family billy goat, having jumped out of its pen after a bout of teasing by her brothers. She spent her

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Florida’s Choice Realty Celebrates Grand Opening of Real Estate Company Serving Ocala, Gainesville and Jacksonville, Florida – Press Release

Buying or selling a home in Northeast and Central Florida just became much more simple. Florida’s Choice Realty is answering the call with a deeply experienced, knowledgeable, and motivated team of real estate professionals.

Northeast and Central Florida are prime places to buy and sell real estate. Of course, trying to navigate the local real estate scene without professional assistance can be a huge challenge. Fortunately, there’s a new option available in the area both ready and willing to help. In exciting news, Florida’s Choice Realty recently announced the grand opening of its office, with a dedicated team who are helping clients both buy and sell homes. Florida’s Choice Realty are serving the Ocala, Gainesville and Jacksonville, Florida communities. The new real estate company has been met with enthusiasm.

“Our team of agents team of agents bring a combined 25+ years of experience in the residential real estate industry,” commented

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Turkey, Elm Creek flood prevention plan in works | Grand Island Local News

The third phase is actual construction.

In a best-case scenario, construction would take place in roughly five to six years.

“The first two (phases) would take four years, if you’re successful in getting the second grant funded,” he said. “The last phase would be up to the construction, which, as we know, it can take 20 or 30 years to get that kind of stuff done. Sometimes it happens faster. It just depends on the scale of the projects.”

The grants come at a time when the 2019 floods still are fresh in everyone’s minds.

“They had extensive flooding in Kearney due to Turkey Creek,” Mintken said. “Not that this would alleviate that kind of flooding because that was a record storm. Most of everything we would ever come up with for design, based on feasibility, would be for a 100-year storm with a 1% chance of happening.”

He added,

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Grand Chicago Hotel in Foreclosure, a Symbol of Covid-19’s Toll on Hospitality Industry

The Palmer House Hilton has been one of Chicago’s grandest hotels for more than a century. Oscar Wilde was a guest. Frank Sinatra serenaded diners at its supper club. Over the past 15 years, the owner spent $173 million to overhaul the hotel, modernizing most of the 1,641 rooms.

But today, the property faces a bank foreclosure and has become one of the most potent symbols of the troubled hospitality industry during Covid-19.

Wells Fargo Bank

said in court papers last month that the hotel’s owner, real-estate investor Thor Equities, was in default on its $333.2 million first mortgage, making the property one of the first major foreclosure actions during the pandemic. The Palmer House was worth $305.5 million shortly before Wells Fargo filed its action, appraisers said.

A Thor spokeswoman declined to comment.

Most property owners and lenders at first hoped that damage from the pandemic would be limited

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