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401 Railroad Street

401 Railroad Street

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Monongahela, PA 15063

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401 Railroad Street

401 Railroad Street

Monongahela, PA 15063

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Bryan J. McCann Associate Advisor
SVN | Three Rivers Commercial Advisors

bryan.mccann@svn.com
(C) 412.496.1100
(O) 724.918.4428 x409

 
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Andreas Kamouyerou Associate Advisor
SVN | Three Rivers Commercial Advisors

Andreas.Kamouyerou@svn.com
(C) 724.825.0888
(O) 724.918.1006
(F) 724.520.8511

 


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For Sale
Price:
Subject to Offer
Building Size:
24,100 SF
Property Type:
Special Purpose
Total Lot Size:
7.2 Acres
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Highlights

  • 7.2 Acres
  • 1,300 SF of River Frontage.
  • Railroad access
  • 24,1000 SF main building
  • Adjacent 1000 SF office building
  • Endless redevelopment possibilities (entertainment complex, hotel, residential)

Description

SVN | Three Rivers Commercial Advisors is pleased to present for sale this riverfront development site with rail access. Located next to downtown Monongahela, this 7.2-acre property has a 24,100 square foot main building with an adjacent 1000 SF office building. The site is ideal for industrial space or a redevelopment opportunity with over 1,300 feet of river frontage.

Ideal site for entertainment complex, hotel, or residential development in addition to existing use.

Monongahela, colloquially "Mon City", is a City in Washington County, Pennsylvania, United States(ZIP code 15063) and is part of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Metropolitan Statistical Area, located approximately 17 miles (27 km) south of the city proper. The population was 4,300 at the 2010 census. One of only two cities in Washington County, and the second smallest city in Pennsylvania (after Parker, Pennsylvania), Monongahela sits at the intersection of Pennsylvania state routes 136, 88, and 837, all of which constitute the city's Main Street. The City is served by Ringgold School District.

Originally called Parkinson's Ferry, then Williamsport, and finally Monongahela City, this town is the oldest settlement in the Monongahela Valley and one of the most historic. Monongahela is an Indian word for "falling banks".

Monongahela changed from a borough form of government on March 24, 1873 when it was incorporated as a City.  This ordinance provided for joint sessions of the Select and Common Councils.  The City was incorporated as a City of the Third Class on September 30, 1912, when the Councils were consolidated, and the office of Controller was established.