415 South Grove Street Suite 4 · Blue Earth MN 56013 · Map
(507) 526-2151

370th Ave & 110th St, Blue Earth, MN

Ref : 21.112.0010

Address :

370th Ave & 110th St, Blue Earth, MN
56013

Financial informations :

Price $ 360,000

Details :

Property condition Industrial - Light

This 45 acre parcel is owned by the Blue Earth Industrial Service Company (BEISCO) and is zoned Industrial.  The price is $8,000 per acre.

The property has a concept design plan completed on it, the utilties (small and large) have been sized and are ready for the site.  Survey and title work have been updated.

See concept design.

Contact:

 

Faribault County Development Corporation

507 526-2151

415 South Grove Street, Suite 4

Blue Earth, MN  56013

ann@fcdcorp.net

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