Periodically, I’ll feature a commercial building, business or lot for lease and or for sale and ask you what you think would be the best use for it.
Forget what zone it’s in, ignore setback regulations, dump lot coverage rules and all the other zoning jargon that puts most people to sleep. If you had your way, what would you like to see there?
What would be the best use for the community?
This edition of Visions For Vacancies is multiple vacancies around town.
So, what would you like to see in these locations?
Tell me on the Bristol Roundup Facebook page.
Know of a vacant building I should highlight? Let me know!
|515 Broad St.||BG||1,776-2,500||Lease||Henri Martin Real Estate 860-589-0101|
|1001 Farmington Ave.||BG||11,702||Sale||Advance Realty 860-585-5635|
|1019 Farmington Ave.||BH||1,200||Lease||O.V. Resources 860-589-2492|
|99 Farmington Ave.||BG||5,000||Lease||Colliers International 860-616-4013|
|670 East Rd. & South St.||R-15||1,157||Lease||Advance Realty 860-585-5635|
|871 Farmington Ave.||BG||5,000-17,028||Lease||Colliers International 860-616-4032|
|106 Riverside Ave. EZ||BHC||6,572||Sale||Advance Realty 860-585-5635|
|785 Terryville Ave.||BN||600-2,700||Lease||Cohen Agency 860-689-2628|
|780 Farmington Ave.||BG||3,112||Sale||Advance Realty 860-585-5635|
|350 Divinity St. EZ||BN||13,435||Lease||R. Calabrese Agency 203-573-0342|
|22 Pine St.||BHC||2,000-3,600||Lease||Morrow Realty, LLC 860-584-0510|
|771 Pine St.||BG||BTS to 10,488||Lease||The Proto Group 203-234-6371|
|1290 Farmington Ave.||BG||12,560||Lease||New England Retail 860-529-9000 x 105|
|12 Farmington Ave.||BG||1,425||Sale||Godin Property Brokers 203-577-2277|
|576 Farmington Ave.||BG||1,054-7,500||Lease||Blackline Retail Group 617-553-1820|
|199 Riverside Ave.||BHC||774-1,550||Lease||Century 21 860-982-6660 Jared|
|40 Barlow St.||I||5,300||Lease||Morrow Realty, LLC 860-584-0510|
|10 North Main St. EZ||BD-1||20,324||Sale||Colliers International 860-616-4022|
|Bristol Commons||BG||1,100-12,800||Lease||Fairfield Retail Partners 203-470-4667|
|1235 Farmington Ave.||BG||3,564-23,120||Lease||Saugatuck Commercial 203-222-4194/4188|
|225 North Main St. EZ||BD-1||500-4,000||Lease||Colliers International|
|384 Farmington AVe.||BG||10,800||Sale||Advance Realty 860-585-5635|
|134 Main St. EZ||BD-1||6,850||Sale||Coldwell Banker 860-543-2307|
|45 Mellen St. EZ||BHC||1,920||Sale||Olcott Snow 860-589-5492|
|300 Middle St.||BG||1,200||Lease||Gerry Matthews 203-753-5800|
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