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Thought about opening a business? This HUGE building could be for you! Use it as a large retail space with an amazing apartment. Located in the Village of Marathon…

1.08 Acres of commercial land available located between Dunkin Donuts and the vacant Aaron's building. This is in a prime location in the middle of a growing section of Cortlandville with high traffic both on Route 281 and Route 13. Currently there is a 3 BR/1/5 FB Ranch home located on site with a 2-car garage and driveway.…

Multipurpose building offering both retail space (3,078 sq ft) and warehouse (5,778 sq ft). Zoned B-2 by the Town of Cortlandville. Currently used for a swimming pool supply sales business (it includes a small, in ground swimming pool). Could be used for many other types of businesses. Located between the City of Cortland and Homer Village. Just south of Interstate 81, exchange 12. Several overhead doors provide access to the warehouse space. Alarm system on site.…

This listing includes 22 acres in the Town of Virgil and 15.6 acres in the Town of Cortlandville for a total of 37.6 Acres This part of Route 13 is one of the busiest traffic areas in the entire county and is where much activity is taking place. There is 950 feet of road frontage along Route 13. Land is very flat with little slope. There is also a deeded easement off Webb Road to access the rear portion of the land.…

This business is located on a direct route between Ithaca and interstate 81 to Syracuse. Average Daily Traffic, 2015 is 17,098. Centrally located and an ideal location for your business! 4,160 SF of offices and showroom plus 3,900 SF six bay service garage.…

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