This property is currently a 2,475 sq. ft. building on a 1+ acre parcel.
It is located in the 2nd largest city in Michigan, Grand Rapids and on the busiest retail street in the city. This location can't be missed, because of the openness that surrounds the property thanks to the Christian Reformed Headquarters.
The Grand Rapids Demographics shows there are over 100,000 residential within 3 miles as well as a daily traffic count of well over 150,000. The average household income is north of $61,000.
A graduate of Michigan State University, Sandy is the President of Phil Simon Enterprises, a commercial real estate development company holding office, industrial, and commercial properties throughout the United States. He also serves as the Executive Director of Universal Artists, a company that has filled entertainment venues country-wide. Before transitioning into commercial real estate, Sandy spent over 30 years building relationships and connecting suppliers with customers during his career in sales and marketing in the industrial and insurance industries. He has filled many roles from manager to director of sales and marketing. He has served on Chambers of Commerce and supports many not-for-profits organizations.
This property contains parcels ranging from 4,500 sq. ft. to 22,000 sq. ft., and a vacant build to suit parcel in the parking lot near Hardee's. Our current tenant base includes Carolina's Best Title, Harbor Freight, JoAnn Fabrics, Hardee's Restaurant, Salvation Army, Tuesday Morning, and Zip Express.
The Sullivan County Demographics registers a traffic count of 50,000 vehicles per day along E. Stone Drive. The Tri-Cities area has a population of 480,000 MSA, and Kingsport is home to the second-largest employer in the state, Eastman Chemical Co.
Our office is located at:
1457 44th Street SE
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Phone: 1 (616) 257-7834
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In 1949, Phil Simon constructed the very first Hockey stadium in Grand Rapids, MI, which today is known as the Delta Plex. Phil also sponsored Johnny Cash and Disney on Ice in their tour across the United States through Universal Artists.
In 1975, he was awarded promoter of the year by the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
As he continued to grow in business, Phil started S & R Development. Partnered with Al Rose, they constructed Johnsonville, Tennessee and Kingsport, Tennessee Strip Mall Centers.
In 1989, S & R Development split and Phil founded what we are known as today, Phil Simon Enterprises. He continued to add to his success by acquiring other properties across the United States until 2003.
Phil passed away and Sanford his son took over Phil Simon Enterprises, Phil Simon Properties, MGS Properties, and Universal Artists.