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Boston
$4,600,000

MLS Number: 72791694    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Homesite | Land
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: East Boston 
Location: 141-143 Addison
Boston , MA
Acreage: 0.48
Acreage: 0.48

141-143 Addison Street is a unique investment and development site located minutes downtown Boston. The 21,100 SF site is currently improved with 2 single story flex/industrial buildings totaling 15,400 SF. The property is an ideal housing redevelopment opportunity (rentals or condominiums). In addition to its development potential, the property is a rare occupancy opportunity for an industrial user/tenant and it presents considerable upside for an investor with its short term, below market in-place leases. A short walk to the MBTAGÇÖs Blue Line, proximate to numerous MBTA bus stops and immediately accessible to Route 1 and I-90 and I-93, the property is convenient to key destinations throughout the Boston metro area. The property is comprised of 2 separate tax parcels. The property is available as a package (both tax parcels) or individually.

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141-143 Addison St is located near the corner of Addison St and Saratoga St in East Boston, MA.

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»»Lat: 42.3584
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46 Gloucester Street | Boston, MA 02115

617.962.0142

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