What Should Take Precision Press's Place in Garwood?
Hey Garwood, what would you put there? In our series, we ask for your vision for vacant properties.
What does Center Street need?
In our series, we ask what you'd put in the available spaces in Clark and Garwood. In this installment, we ask what you'd put in Precision Press's place at 110 Center Street in Garwood.
Precision Press isn't closing, but is moving out of this location. According to the property's listing agent, Alan Rasmussen of Coldwell Banker, the space boasts roughly 3,800-square feet with a small office and three larger rooms with 13-foot ceilings. Rasmussen also notes that the property has great visibility between the post office and borough hall.
"I call it a two unit retail building because it could be split into two units," Rasmussen told Patch.
The property is listed for $550,000 and the taxes are $14,304. The space is also available to those looking to rent, at $4,100 per month plus utilities. See photos in our gallery, right.
"I’ve shown it quite a number of times and lots of restaurants seem interested in it," says Rasmussen. "It's zoned for commerical use, and it's a great location for pretty much anything, walking distance to anything."
Rasmussen says the space does not have parking, but there is a small rear area where one car would likely fit.
So tell us, Garwood. What would you put there? A restaurant? A boutique? Offices? Other retail? A grocer or deli? Something else? Leave your vision for the space in our comments section.
Prospective buyers out there? Call Rasmussen at 908-451-2844 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.