5 out of 6 units are currently occupied by tenants, generating steady rental income for the property owner. The large parking lot gives ample space for tenants and guests. This parking lot is a valuable asset, where parking can be a challenge. The five parcels could be sold separately or used for other purposes, such as building additional rental units. This provides flexibility for the property owner, allowing them to adapt to the changing needs of the community and the real estate market.
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Mike Tedesco spent his career in urban planning and local economic development, which means he knows how to talk about neighborhoods and he knows the factors that stimulate growth or decline. Mike will put his 20+ years’ experience in urban planning to work in your favor. Whether your buying or selling, Mike’s expertise is a rare find and he will match your needs to the perfect location that capitalizes on under currents within the market that few real estate agents see.More About Pittsburgh Planner