169 W Park Street, Fruitport MI 49415 Photo 1 169 W Park Street, Fruitport MI 49415 Photo 2 169 W Park Street, Fruitport MI 49415 Photo 3 169 W Park Street, Fruitport MI 49415 Photo 4 169 W Park Street, Fruitport MI 49415 Photo 5

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169 W Park Street - Large industrial building with over 40,000 sf with historical value. The building was originally built in 1901 as a car barn for the electric train that served Grand Rapids, Muskegon and Grand Haven. The red electric interurban cars brought patrons to Fruitport to enjoy the big band music such as Duke Ellington and Jimmy Dorsey and many others to the Pamona dance Pavilion built by the train company as a destination spot for their riders. The building is now a viable manufacturing facility that includes 440V 3 phase electric, compressed air system, dust collection and is fully under sprinklers. The thick floors which in the beginning held the weight of train cars is perfect for heavy machinery and there are 5 semi loading docks. This historical building could be used for many

Listing information

  • MLS® ID: 19002240
  • Status: Active
  • Foreclosure: No
  • Estimated Annual Taxes: $11,897
  • Subdivision: M53 - Village of Fruitport
  • Style: Industrial/Manufacturing
  • Stories: 0
  • Total Square Footage: 40,000 ($10.00 per sq. foot)
  • County: Muskegon
  • Year Built: 1900
  • New Construction: No
  • Lot Area: 2.85 Acres
  • School District: Fruitport


Auction or For Sale For Sale
Business Includes Real Estate
Construction Type Block, Concrete, Frame/Wood, Steel
Heat Source Natural Gas
Heat Type Hot Water
Other Road Frontage - 471.00, Waterfront Options: Water Frontage - 106.00
Property Sub-Type Industrial
Purchase Terms Avail Cash/Conventional
Sale Conditions None
Uses Distribution, Manufacturing
Util Avail at St Natural Gas, Public Water
Utilities / Sewer Septic System
Utilities Attached Telephone
Water Fea. Amenities All Sports, View
Water Type Public, River
Listing Courtesy of Sandi L Gentry of Re/Max Lakeshore