Anne Zalbowitz, Keller Williams Realty Southwest Associates, LLC, C: 970-769-4892, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.crenmls.com: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY & VERY PROFITABLE BUSINESS in an INCREDIBLE LOCATION 2.5 miles from Downtown Durango on a .65 acre parcel of county land just outside of Durango city limits is NOW FOR SALE! Affordable Automotive, locals' favorite automotive repair, with 5-star Google reviews is the current business on the property with a reputation for providing exceptional customer service and fair, honest prices. Real estate is being sold with or without the current business opportunity, either way, the list price is the same. The heated 3582 SqFt property includes an office and 6 mechanic bays. Additionally, there is a 640 SqFt detached garage on the parcel. The parcel is located within a busy commercial area at "CR 250 and Florida Road Stoplight" featuring neighborhood and chain restaurants, Marathon gas station, Bread Bakery, Star Liquor, Yoga Durango, Euphoria Salon, The Vault gym, dentists, professional offices, veterinarians, mini-storage, laundromat, as well as Durango Fire and Rescue Station #3. Thinking of relocating or starting your own automotive service and repair business? Looking for an exceptional commercial location for your trucking, moving, or storage company? You cannot find a better location! This real estate is zoned MULTI-USE and can be converted to MIXED USE with annexation to the City of Durango. This parcel is part of the Durango District Plan, which broadly implies the City of Durango would have a role in reviewing any proposed redevelopment, such as a Mixed-Use Neighborhood. There is no set density requirement for this zone, so the maximum number of residential units allowed would be determined by the siteâs carrying capacity as related to building dimensional allowances, setbacks, open space, and parking requirements. Depending on the specific proposal, the annexation process could run concurrently with the additional development review procedure. Annexation on its own requires public hearings and City Council approval, but is rarely controversial.