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  • 8,000 SF APPROXIMATE

    Industrial/Flex Residential Rehab Center 405 Trimmer RoadLEBANON, NJ

    For more information Joseph F. Vindigni 973 463 1011 x169 jvindigni@naihanson.com

    FOR SALE

  • ABOUT THE SITE

    Total Building Size Lot Size Parking Taxes (2018)

    8,000 SF (approximate) 15.01 Acres 50 Spaces

    $331 (12 acres-farmland) $14,579 (3.01 acres)

    405 Trimmer Road Lebanon, NJ

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    Additional Information

    The building currently has town approvals and is partially fit-out and partially constructed (needing completion) for a 13-bed residential drug rehab facility with new septic.

    Also has DEP approvals to construct an additional 10,500 SF of flex space.

    This property consists of two lots on Block 43 (Lot 1: 3.01 acres & Lot 1.01: 12 acres).

    Corner location on County Road 513

    Possible other uses may include: Industrial, Flex, Office, etc.

    513 COUNTY

    HUNTERDON

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    513 COUNTY

    HUNTERDON

  • PHOTOS PROPERTY

  • HUNTERDON COUNTY

    Hunterdon County is located in the western section of New Jersey. Much of the county lies in the Delaware Valley as a geographic concept. However, Hunterdon County belongs to the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).

    Census estimate (2018) shows the county’s population was 124,714 making it the state’s 18th most populous county. In 2015, the county had a per capita personal income of $80,759, the 3rd highest in New Jersey. The Bureau of Economic Analysis ranked the county as having the 19th highest per capita income of all 3,113 counties in the U.S. (and the highest in New Jersey) as of 2009. It is also noted for having the second lowest level of child poverty of any county in the United States.

    According to the 2010 Census, the county had a total area of 437.44 square miles, including 427.82 square miles of land (97.8%) and 9.62 square miles of water (2.2%).

    Much of the county is hilly, with several hills rising to one thousand foot in elevation. The highest points are two areas in Lebanon Township, one on the Morris County line, both reaching approximately 1,060 feet above sea level. The first is at Smith on the Morris County line and the second is north of the area called Little Brook. This area is known as the Highlands of New Jersey. The lowest elevation is where the Mercer County line reaches the Delaware River, approximately 50 feet above sea level. The county is drained by the Musconetcong River in the north. The river flows in a southwest direction. The Lamington River drains the county in the east. The central portion of the county is drained by the South Branch of the Raritan River. The Delaware River drains the western side of the county.

  • Roads and Highways As of May 2010, the county had a total of 1,412.33 miles of roadways, of which 1,059.23 miles were maintained by the local municipality, 237.73 miles by Hunterdon County and 114.79 miles by the New Jersey Department of Transportation and 0.58 miles by the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission.

    Many important roads pass through the county. They include state routes, such as Route 12, Route 29, Route 31, Route 165, Route 173 and Route 179. Two U.S. Routes that pass through are U.S. Route 22 and U.S. Route 202. The only limited access road that passes through is Interstate 78.

    Rail and Bus Transportation

    Rail service to the northern part of the county from Newark Penn Station is provided to High Bridge, Annandale, Lebanon and Whitehouse Station by NJ Transit’s Raritan Valley Line.

    The Norfolk Southern Railway’s Lehigh Line (formerly the mainline of the Lehigh Valley Railroad), runs through Hunterdon County.

    In addition, The Link operates demand-response service across the county, as well as fixed-route service in Flemington.Trans- Bridge Lines also provides service to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan, as well as several towns/cities west in Pennsylvania.

    HUNTERDON COUNTY

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    405 Trimmer RoadLEBANON, NJ