NAI James E. Hanson recently helped trade a 10,000-square-foot mixed-use building at 44 Main Street in Flemington.
Hanson’s Joseph Vindigni represented the sellers, Andrea Wisner and Susan Rubin, in the transaction with the buyer, Jose Cardoza, who was represented by Weichert Commercial Brokerage.
Located in the heart of downtown Flemington just steps from the 440,000-square-foot Courthouse Square redevelopment project, the property s a three-story, 10,000-square-foot mixed-use building consisting of five retail/office units and one apartment. It was recently renovated with a new roof and has access to parking directly behind the building.
NAI James E. Hanson was brought in to utilize its extensive experience in marketing investment properties to help their client capitalize on the growing demand for mixed-use space in downtown Flemington. The buyer recognized 44 Main Street’s ideal location and will utilize the space as an investment property.
“With Flemington’s Main Street ongoing rejuvenation, there has been an increased demand for buildings that can serve as an investment vehicle for prospective buyers,” Vindigni said. “Properties such as 44 Main Street that have terrific visibility within downtown Flemington are generating significant interest, which can benefit property owners who are looking to sell. We’re proud to have provided the services needed to help our client accomplish their real estate goals and wish the new owner the best of luck.”