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3350 NW 21 ST
Offered at: $3,500,000
Building Size: 5,201 Square Feet
Lot Size: 32,931 Square Feet
Property Type: Special Purpose
Property Status: For Sale

A 2-story, ground level, office/industrial building and 32,931 SF riverfront site w/approximately 5,201 SF building area. Includes approx 22,913 SF of submerged land, improved with concrete dockage. 260 ft of frontage on the Tamiami Canal, with 17-27 slips and a depth of approx 9 ft. This property also includes a 3,432 SF pre-engineered metal building which is located over the inlet which can accommodate a total of 156 ft of covered dockage w/ a clear ceiling height of approx 28 ft from the waterline. Adjacent is a 2-story concrete block & stucco office with a total of 1,769 SF. There is a showroom on the 1st floor which can be used by a marine dealer, brokerage or other marine related industry.This facility boasts 17 approved slips with capacity for over 30 slips and has many modern amenities as well as private offices, a kitchen area, and storage area. 2nd floor has 4 private offices and a restroom. The Building has reinforced concrete floors and ceilings, carpeted floors, ceramic tile floors and central a/c. This Class A marina also boasts approx 1000 linear ft of dockage including the dock up. This property in the direct path of the new Airport City Project. See info attached.

37th Ave just past the Bertram marine on the right turn right onto NW 21 st–property is on the right-hand side on the Miami River.
As the Army Corps of Engineers dredging continues to improve the river capacity, this will lead to at least 350 jobs and more boat traffic once dredging is completed. Port of Miami is the #1 containerized seaport in Florida and is 8th in the nation. The Port’s cargo traffic has grown steadily from 2.3 million tons in 1985 to 5.9 million tons for 1995. That was a 5% increase over 1994. Miami is the 7th busiest cargo port in the country. The Miami River’s growth has been restricted by its shallow depth. Once dredging is completed over a 3-year term and as trade opens up with Cuba, the traffic along the river is expected to double or triple.