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Address: The Gila Plaza, 5 N. Rosedale Rd., , Silver City, NM,
County: Grant County
Square Footage: 21000
Asking Price/Lease: 2955000
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This site is within city limits.
Building Description: Gila Plaza is a 21,000 square foot retail strip center located in Silver City, New Mexico. The subject property is currently 100% leased to five national tenants. The current tenant mix includes Rent-A-Center, Maurices, Alltel (AT&T), Hibbett Sports, and rue21. In addition, the current site configuration enables a new owner the opportunity to develop up to 3,600 additional square feet of retail on a freestanding pad adjacent to the subject property
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Dear Gila EDA Roundtable Participants, After a long hiatus during the summer, The Gila EDA Roundtable is back in session! Please mark your calendars for Friday, September 18th, 8 a.m. for coffee, 8:30 a.m. meeting to be held at the Grant County Administration Bldg., Commission Chambers. This month we are anxious to present Anthony Quintana of Q's Southern Bistro, Branding Iron Brewing Co., & The Fry House Wings and Fries. We are also anxious to hear about what has been happening and what we have to look forward to in our community from Emily Shilling of the Southwest Council of Government. We are also anxious to hear from you. Please plan on attending.
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