Nebraska Community Foundation Building on 440 W. Main St.
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DESCRIPTION: West 50' of Lot 5, Block 5, Original
town of Albion, Boone County, NE
LOT SIZE: 50'
FOOTAGE: 1st Floor - 5,692 warehouse, 2nd Floor - 908, Retail 908,
Basement - 6,600
building is available in Albion, Boone County, Nebraska. Albion,
Nebraska has a population of 1,797. Boone County is 6,259. The Labor
Market* 88,237. *Boone County & Contiguous Counties
Features of the
Building: Cement floors in basement, wood floor on main floor, 22 1/2
ceiling height on first floor and 11 1/2 ceiling height in basement.
Also, one loading dock. The lot is zoned for commercial.
are running through Loup Power District for electricity, 220 volts, 3
phase, 100 Kva, 400 amps. Front of buildings served by 120/240 volts,
single phase. Natural gas is K N Energy a division of Kinder Morgan,
6 1/2 main, with 30 pounds pressure. Water and Sanitary Sewer are
provided by City of Albion, water 8 1/2 main, 55-60 pounds pressure.
Sanitary Sewer is 10 1/2 main. Telecommunications usually is Frontier,
digital central office served by fiber optics.
There can be
many ways of transportation to Albion. Nebraska highways 14 and 91.
The nearest interstate is 80, which is south of Albion 70 miles. A
four-lane U.S. highway 81 is 28 miles east of Albion. Albion
Municipal Airport is 3,100-foot lighted and hard-surfaced runway. The
nearest commercial air service is 50 miles northeast from Albion, Karl
Stefan Memorial Airport located in Norfolk. United Express is mostly
owner Boone County Area Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit
corporation, owns the building. The foundation is exempt from
property tax. A valuation change is pending, so it is not possible to
give a property tax estimate.
Vernon Reed, an
architect from Liberty, Missouri has done an extensive study of the
building and states, the building exterior shell is unusually sound
for a masonry building of 75 years. The roof has recently been
replaced, but had over the years remained in solid condition with only
a few membrane leaks.
been determined by Reed Architects of Liberty, MO. Natural Gas:
building maintained at 70 degrees - $6,000- 8,500 Electric: used 50
hours/week, 52 weeks - $5,000 - 5,400 Actual costs can vary, of
course, as the occupant load, hours of operation, and variations in
weather have a big influence.
Although there is no
on-site parking lot, 35 parking slots are available and land within a
block of the building could be purchased for the purpose of creating
Listing Agent: Cheryl Stevenson
402-395-2110 or 402-920-1789 (cellular) or 888-600-2770