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For Sale: 5.

6 +/- Acre Parcel


For Land Lease: 2.0 +/- Acre Pad
E. Main Street (Route 322E), Ephrata, PA

Site Information Comments


Highly visible commercial site located 0.6 mile from Walmart
Acreage: 5.6 +/- Acres Supercenter and Route 222. The 5.6 +/- acre parcel sits on one
County: Lancaster County of the more heavily traveled portions of Route 322 through
Municipality: Ephrata Township Lancaster County. A 2.0 +/- acre approved pad at the site is
Location: 743 E. Main Street also available as a land lease. Great location for bank,
Tax Parcel ID: 270-33974-0-0000 convenience store, restaurant, hospitality or retail.
Zoning: C-2 Mixed Use
Traffic Counts: 13,000 Cars Per Day
Frontage: 274 Ft
Water & Sewer: Public

Demographics Sale: $795,000 (5.6 +/- Acre)


1 Mile 3 Miles 5 Miles
Population 5,120 27,881 49,967 Land Lease: $65,000/year (2.0 +/- Acre Pad)
Median HH Income $54,120 $57,295 $58,826
Number of Households 2,030 10,848 18,421

Contact Information
Michael Sheaffer
msheaffer@naicpi.com

John Thiry
Member of
International
jthiry@naicpi.com
Council of
Shopping
Individual
Member
Individual
Member tel 717 283 0600
Centers
fax 717 283 0609
www.naicpi.com
The information contained herein has been given to us by the owner of the property or other sources we deem reliable, we have no reason to doubt its accuracy, but we do not guarantee it. All information should be verified
prior to purchase or lease. All financial projections are estimates only. Results not guaranteed.
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Address: 743 E MAIN STREET LANCASTER , PA 17522


List Number 154024 List Price $ 795,000
Type of Property Land Status Active
County Lancaster Total Acres +/- 5.60
Lot Size Irregular Zoning 1 C-2
(Dimensions)
Zoning 2

Loc/Dev Nr Rt 322/Rt 222 Mun/Twn Ephrata Twp


Interchg
School District Ephrata Area Apx Pasture
Acres
Apx Tillable Apx Wooded
Acres Acres
Road Frontage 274.00 Assessment $ 78,000
Total Taxes $ 1,810.07 County Tax $ 266.45
Municipal Tax $ 99.06 School Tax $ 1,444.56

Elementary School Middle School High School


Franklin Map Page 2965 Franklin Map Column C Franklin Map Row 04
APN #/Tax Parcel ID 270-33974-0-0000 Deed/Ref # 05524917 Zoning
Disclose Terms/Cond No
Directions: Rt 322 1/2 mile West of WalMart, Rt 322, Ephrata
Public Remarks: 5.6 Acres subject to receipt ot Buyer's Permits & Approval to construct. This commercial lot supports up to 45,000 SF of
retail use or 2 lot condo plan supporting a 2 acre pad site and up to 19,000 SF of office/retail. FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY! Call Michael or
John 717-283-0600
Type: Acreage; Commercial; Office; Retail Access to Property: Public Road Zoning: Commercial
Lot Description: Clear; Level; Not in Road Frontage: State Road Utilities Available: Cable TV; Electric; Gas
Development; Sloped Road Surface: Macadam Documents Available: Aerial Photographs;
Lot Size: 4 Ac to LT 10 Ac Water: Public Water Plot Plan; Tax Map
Lot Improvements: Other - See Remarks Sewer: Public Sewer at Site
Land Status: Any Builder/Develper
Development Status: Raw Land; Rough
Grade; Site Plan Available

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930 Red Rose Court, Ste. 200
Lancaster,PA 17601
Office Phone - (717) 283-0600
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Address: 743 E MAIN STREET LANCASTER , PA 17522


List Number 154029 List Price $ 65,000
Type of Property Commercial Status Active
County Lancaster Total Acres 5.60
Total Full Baths 0 Total Half Baths 0
Total Units 0 Year Built 0
$ Per SqFt Avail SqFt
Avail Office SqFt Avail Retail SqFt
Avail Whse SqFt Gross SqFt.
Zoning 1 C-2 Zoning 2

Loc/Dev Nr Rt 322/Rt 222 Mun/Twn Ephrata Twp


Interchg
School District Ephrata Area Lot Size Irregular
Assessment $ 78,000 Total Taxes $ 1,810.07
County Tax $ 266.45 Municipal Tax $ 99.06
School Tax $ 1,444.56

# 1 Bedroom Units 0 # 2 Bedroom Units 0 # 3 Bedroom Units 0


# Efficiency Units 0 APN #/Tax Parcel ID 270-33974-0-0000 Deed/Ref # 05524917
Disclose Terms/Cond No Franklin Map Page 2965 Franklin Map Column C
Franklin Map Row 04
Directions: Rt 322 1/2 mile West of WalMart, Rt 222, Ephrata
Public Remarks: Long Term Land Lease on 1.9 +/- Acre approved pad ready for tenant's construction.
Sale: Land Lease Improvement Heights: Other - See Remarks Lease Includes: Other - See Remarks
Current Use: Other - See Remarks Ceiling Heights: Other - See Remarks Lease Space Incl: Other - See Remarks
Possible Use: Automotive; Business & Truck Doors: Other - See Remarks Lease Type: Triple Net
Lease; Commercial; Car Wash; Distributor; Truck Door Heights: Other - See Remarks ASC/Condo Fee Incl: Other - See Remarks
Food Services; Floral Service; Flex Space; Fuel Tanks: Unknown Miscellaneous: Mixed Use: Yes; Road
Garage Repair; Institutional; Liquor Store; Electric System: Other - See Remarks Frontage: 274
Medical/Dental; Office; Restaurant; Retail Water: Public Water Income & Expenses: Annual Lease: 65,000
Space; Shopping Center; Special Purpose; Sewer: Public Sewer Form of Ownership: Leasehold
Tavern; Warehouse; Church Hot Water: Other - See Remarks
Location: Pad Site HVAC: Other - See Remarks
Zoning: Commercial Utilities Available: Sewer; Cable TV; Electric;
Features/Amenities: Other - See Remarks Gas; Water
Lot Size: 1 Ac to LT 2 Ac Parking: On Site
Topography: Level Tenant Pays: Other - See Remarks
Rail: None Terms of Tenancy: Long Term
Road Access: State Road
Construction: Other - See Remarks
Exterior: Not Applicable
Roof: Other - See Remarks

Provided as a courtesy of
NAI Commercial Partners, Inc.
930 Red Rose Court, Ste. 200
Lancaster,PA 17601
Office Phone - (717) 283-0600
info@naicpi.com
http://www.naicpi.com

Information is deemed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed. See copyright notice.


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2.0 +/- Acre Pad

5.6 +/- Acres


Jay Lemelin
Commercial Condominium
743 East Main Street
Ephrata Township, PA

Common Access

Lot No. 2
Mixed Use C-2 - ±3 acres
Residential Low Density - ±.74 acres
Lot No. 1
Mixed Use C-2
±1.9 acres
(±230 ft. X ±360 ft.)

Common Detention Basin

Zoning District
Residential Low Density

May 8, 2009
Identify Results:
Account 270-33974-0-0000
Tax Map No. 2707M16 6 25
Owner LEMELIN JAY R
LEMELIN JOANNE M
120 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
SINKING SPRING, PA 19608
Deed Acres 5.60
Calculated Acres 5.94
Location E MAIN ST
Municipality EPHRATA TOWNSHIP
School District EPHRATA AREA
Land Use Code 101 VACANT LAND, RESIDENTIAL
Zoning District C-2 MIXED USE
Land Assessment $78,000
Building Assessment $0
Total Assessment $78,000
Last Sale Date 05/25/2006
Last Sale Price $355,000
Deed Book Page 05524917
Census Tract No. 12401
ADC Map Page 3242
Permitted Uses
1. Single-family detached dwellings.
2. Business, professional, or governmental office or studio (see Section 637).
3. Banks, savings and loan associations, finance companies and similar types of businesses (see Section 637).
4. Personal and household service establishments such as, but not limited to, barber shops, beauty shops,
Laundromats, laundry and dry cleaning shops, restaurants, tailor and seamstress shops, taverns, hotels, motels,
and other places of lodging.
5. Offices of plumbers, masons, carpenters, heating contractors and similar personnel.
6. Retail business establishments for the sale of goods such as, but not limited to, antiques, appliances,
audio/video, beverages, bicycles, books, clothing, confections, drugs, dry goods, flowers, food, furniture, gifts,
hardware, jewelry, liquor, machinery, motorcycles, newspapers, notions, office equipment, paint, personal and
household supplies, photographic supplies, sporting goods, stationery and tobacco (see Section 637).
7. Shops for the repair of goods permitted in item 6 (above). All activities shall be performed and all parts stored
within the building or screened from view so as not to be visible from public streets or adjacent properties.
8. Motor vehicular and mobile home/modulardwelling sales agency (see Section 637).
9. Wholesaling businesses.
10. Automobile/truck service and repair facilities (see Section 612).
11. Automobile filling stations (see Section 611).
12. Essential services buildings and structures (see Section 627).
13. Churches and related uses (see Section 619).
14. Existing agricultural operations.
15. Veterinary offices or animal hospitals (see Section 609).
16. Farm Equipment Sales and Service (see Section 629).

Permitted by Special Exceptions


17. Public and private schools (see Section 638).
18. Commercial communications antennas (see Section 624).
19. Cemeteries (see Section 618).
20. Conversion apartments
21. Other uses determined by the Zoning Hearing Board to be of the same general character as those listed above
and which will not be detrimental to any permitted uses and structures.
a. Principal Building - Thirty-five (35) feet.

b. Accessory Building - Twenty-five (25) feet.

D. Parking and Loading Requirements

Off-street parking and loading requirements shall be provided in accordance with Section 508 of this
Ordinance.

E. Signs

All proposed signs shall conform to the requirements of Section 507 of this Ordinance.

Section 405. COMMERCIAL (C) DISTRICT

A. Specific Intent

These districts are designed for commercial uses that are dependent on highway traffic or need open
areas for display of merchandise.

B. Uses and Structures

1. Permitted land and buildings in a C District may be used for the following purposes and not
others:

a. Business, professional or governmental office or studio (see Section 637).

b. Banks, savings and loan associations, finance companies and similar types of
businesses (see Section 637).

c. Personal and household service establishments such as, but not limited to, barber
shops, beauty shops, laundromats, laundry and dry cleaning shops, restaurants, tailor
and seamstress shops, taverns, hotels, motels, and other places of lodging.

d. Offices of plumbers, masons, carpenters, heating contractors and similar personnel.

e. Retail business establishments for the sale of goods such as, but not limited to,
antiques, appliances, audio/video, beverages, bicycles, books, clothing, confections,
drugs, dry goods, flowers, food, furniture, gifts, hardware, jewelry, liquor,
machinery, motorcycles, newspapers, notions, office equipment, paint, personal and
household supplies, photographic supplies, sporting goods, stationery and tobacco
(see Section 637).

f. Shops for the repair of goods permitted to be sold by letter e above. All activities
shall be performed and all parts stored within the building or screened from view so
as not to be visible from public streets or adjacent properties.

g. Motor vehicular and mobile home/modulardwelling sales agency (see Section 637).

h. Wholesaling businesses.

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i. Automobile/truck service and repair facilities (see Section 612).

j. Automobile filling stations (see Section 611).

k. Essential services buildings and structures (see Section 627).

l. Churches and related uses (see Section 619).

m. Existing agricultural operations.

n. Veterinary offices or animal hospitals (see Section 609).

o. Farm Equipment Sales and Service (see Section 629).

p. Customary accessory uses and buildings incidental to the above permitted uses.

2. SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS - the following uses are permitted subject to the issuance of a
permit by the Zoning Hearing Board (See Article VI).

a. Billboards (see Section 614).

b. Amusement arcades (see Section 608).

c. Recreation facilities including bowling alleys, miniature golf courses, driving ranges
and similar uses (see Section 639).

d. Shopping centers (see Section 646).

e. Life-care facilities (see Section 634).

f. Nursing, rest, or retirement homes (see Section 641).

g. Commercial communications antennas (see Section 624).

h. Self-service storage facilities (see Section 649).

i. Other uses determined by the Zoning Hearing Board to be of the same general
character as those listed above and which will not be detrimental to any permitted
uses and structures.

3. CONDITIONAL USES - the following uses are permitted subject to the issuance of a
Conditional Use permit by the Board of Supervisors (See Article VI).

a. Commercial regional impact developments (see Section 623).

C. Lot, Yard, and Height Requirements

1. Lot Requirements

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a. Minimum Lot Area - One (1) acre.

b. Minimum Lot Width - Two Hundred (200) feet.

c. Maximum Lot Coverage - Fifty percent (50%).

2. Yard Requirements

a. Front Yard Depth - Twenty-five (25) feet.

b. Side Yard Width - Ten (10) feet, except when adjacent to a residential district, a
minimum side yard of twenty-five (25) feet is required.

c. Rear Yard Depth - Twenty-five (25) feet.

3. Building Height

a. Principal Building - Forty (40) feet.

b. Accessory Building - Twenty-five (25) feet.

4. Building Separation - New non-residential buildings shall be located not closer than seventy-
five (75) feet from existing residential structures or residential district boundaries.

D. Parking and Loading Requirements

Off-street parking and loading requirements shall be provided in accordance with Section 508 of this
Ordinance.

E. Signs

All proposed signs shall conform to the requirements of Section 507 of this Ordinance.

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Section 406 MIXED USE (C-2) DISTRICT

A. Specific Intent

These districts are designed to permit a mix of residential and commercial uses to locate in an existing
older area already containing such a mix of uses.

B. Uses and Structures

1. Permitted – including building that contain two (2) or more of the following permitted uses:

a. All those uses and structures listed as permitted by right and not by special exception
in a Residential Low Density (RLD) District.

b. All those uses and structures listed as permitted by right and not by special exception
in a Commercial (C) District.

c. Business conversions.

d. Home occupations and home businesses (see Section 632).

e. Agricultural production.

f. Accessory buildings, structures, and uses customarily incidental to the above uses
when located on the same lot.

g. Accessory buildings and uses customarily incidental to Special Exception uses


approved under 2. below.

2. Special Exceptions

a. Public and private schools (see Section 638).

b. Commercial communications antennas (see Section 624).

c. Cemeteries (see Section 618).

d. Conversion apartments

e. Other uses determined by the Zoning Hearing Board to be of the same general
character as those listed above and which will not be detrimental to any permitted
uses and structures.

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C. Lot, Yard and Height Requirements

1. The lot, yard and height requirements for properties containing only residential dwellings
shall comply with the requirements of Section 403.C.

2. The lot, yard and height requirements for properties containing commercial buildings shall
comply with the requirements of Section 405.C.

3. If the property contains both a residential and a commercial building, then the more
restrictive requirements shall apply.

D. Parking and Loading Requirements

Off-street parking and loading requirements shall be provided in accordance with Section 508 of this
Ordinance.

E. Signs

All proposed signs shall conform to the requirements of Section 507 of this Ordinance.

Section 407. INDUSTRIAL (I) DISTRICT

A. Intended Purpose

The regulations of this district are intended to maximize industrial potential while ensuring
compatibility with the surrounding districts. New residential development is excluded from this
district, both to protect residences from an undesirable environment and to ensure the reservation of
adequate areas for industrial development.

B. Uses and Structures

1. Permitted

a. Wholesale businesses and warehouses, except bulk storage of chemicals, petroleum


products and other flammable explosives, or noxious materials (see Section 649).

b. Offices for scientific, agricultural, or industrial research and development.

c. Laboratories for scientific, agricultural, or industrial research and development.

d. Light manufacturing of beverages, confections, food products (exclusive of meat and


fish packing), ceramics, clothing, plastics, electrical goods, furniture, hardware,
tools, dies, patterns, professional and scientific instruments, handicraft products,
electronics and small parts assembly and/or manufacture.

e. Essential services buildings and structures (see Section 627).

f. Self-service storage facilities (see Section 649).

g. Customary accessory uses and buildings incidental to the above permitted uses.

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Executive Summary
Prepared By: John Thiry

Lat: 40.164622 Lat: 40.164622 Lat: 40.164622


Lon: -76.165385 Lon: -76.165385 Lon: -76.165385
Site Type: Radius Radius: 1.0 mile Radius: 3.0 mile Radius: 5.0 mile

2008 Population
Total Population 4,363 28,143 50,942
Male Population 49.7% 48.8% 49.2%
Female Population 50.3% 51.2% 50.8%
Median Age 34.6 37.7 37.5

2008 Income
Median HH Income $53,443 $57,190 $58,784
Per Capita Income $25,454 $25,846 $25,358
Average HH Income $63,691 $65,856 $67,647

2008 Households
Total Households 1,697 10,925 18,733
Average Household Size 2.50 2.52 2.67
1990-2000 Annual Rate 1.73% 1.09% 1.26%

2008 Housing
Owner Occupied Housing Units 55.3% 63.9% 69.6%
Renter Occupied Housing Units 41.1% 32.9% 27.5%
Vacant Housing Units 3.6% 3.2% 3.0%

Population
1990 Population 3,770 24,629 43,747
2000 Population 4,283 26,739 48,309
2008 Population 4,363 28,143 50,942
2013 Population 4,450 29,025 52,765
1990-2000 Annual Rate 1.28% 0.83% 1%
2000-2008 Annual Rate 0.22% 0.62% 0.65%
2008-2013 Annual Rate 0.4% 0.62% 0.71%

In the identified market area, the current year population is 50,942. In 2000, the Census count in the market area was 48,309. The rate of
change since 2000 was 0.65 percent annually. The five-year projection for the population in the market area is 52,765, representing a change
of 0.71 percent annually from 2008 to 2013. Currently, the population is 49.2 percent male and 50.8 percent female.

Households
1990 Households 1,366 9,102 15,331
2000 Households 1,621 10,148 17,371
2008 Households 1,697 10,925 18,733
2013 Households 1,745 11,342 19,527
1990-2000 Annual Rate 1.73% 1.09% 1.26%
2000-2008 Annual Rate 0.56% 0.9% 0.92%
2008-2013 Annual Rate 0.56% 0.75% 0.83%

The household count in this market area has changed from 17,371 in 2000 to 18,733 in the current year, a change of 0.92 percent annually.
The five-year projection of households is 19,527, a change of 0.83 percent annually from the current year total. Average household size is
currently 2.67, compared to 2.73 in the year 2000. The number of families in the current year is 13,459 in the market area.

Housing

Currently, 69.6 percent of the 19,303 housing units in the market area are owner occupied; 27.5 percent, renter occupied; and 3.0 percent are
vacant. In 2000, there were 17,917 housing units— 69.8 percent owner occupied, 27.1 percent renter occupied and 3.0 percent vacant. The
rate of change in housing units since 2000 is 0.91 percent. Median home value in the market area is $182,598, compared to a median home
value of $192,285 for the U.S. In five years, median home value is projected to change by 0.8 percent annually to $190,018. From 2000 to the
current year, median home value changed by 5.89 percent annually.

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of Population and Housing. ESRI forecasts for 2008 and 2013. ESRI converted 1990 Census data into 2000 geography.

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Executive Summary
Prepared By: John Thiry

Lat: 40.164622 Lat: 40.164622 Lat: 40.164622


Lon: -76.165385 Lon: -76.165385 Lon: -76.165385
Site Type: Radius Radius: 1.0 mile Radius: 3.0 mile Radius: 5.0 mile
Median Household Income
1990 Median HH Income $30,032 $32,527 $33,103
2000 Median HH Income $39,956 $43,301 $45,674
2008 Median HH Income $53,443 $57,190 $58,784
2013 Median HH Income $61,450 $64,662 $65,374
1990-2000 Annual Rate 2.9% 2.9% 3.27%
2000-2008 Annual Rate 3.59% 3.43% 3.11%
2008-2013 Annual Rate 2.83% 2.49% 2.15%

Per Capita Income


1990 Per Capita Income $12,571 $13,993 $13,611
2000 Per Capita Income $19,854 $19,909 $19,910
2008 Per Capita Income $25,454 $25,846 $25,358
2013 Per Capita Income $28,881 $29,455 $28,470
1990-2000 Annual Rate 4.68% 3.59% 3.88%
2000-2008 Annual Rate 3.06% 3.21% 2.98%
2008-2013 Annual Rate 2.56% 2.65% 2.34%

Average Household Income


1990 Average Household Income $33,264 $37,323 $37,983
2000 Average Household Income $50,324 $51,591 $54,452
2008 Average HH Income $63,691 $65,856 $67,647
2013 Average HH Income $71,989 $74,592 $75,520
1990-2000 Annual Rate 4.23% 3.29% 3.67%
2000-2008 Annual Rate 2.9% 3% 2.67%
2008-2013 Annual Rate 2.48% 2.52% 2.23%

Households by Income
Current median household income is $58,784 in the market area, compared to $53,154 for all U.S. households. Median household income is
projected to be $65,374 in five years. In 2000, median household income was $45,674, compared to $33,103 in 1990.

Current average household income is $67,647 in this market area, compared to $73,126 for all U.S. households. Average household income
is projected to be $75,520 in five years. In 2000, average household income was $54,452, compared to $37,983 in 1990.

Current per capita income is $25,358 in the market area, compared to the U.S. per capita income of $27,916. The per capita income is
projected to be $28,470 in five years. In 2000, the per capita income was $19,910, compared to $13,611 in 1990.

Population by Employment

Total Businesses 230 1,777 3,036


Total Employees 2,057 15,464 26,239

Currently, 96.9 percent of the civilian labor force in the identified market area is employed and 3.1 percent are unemployed. In comparison,
93.4 percent of the U.S. civilian labor force is employed, and 6.6 percent are unemployed. In five years the rate of employment in the market
area will be 97.0 percent of the civilian labor force, and unemployment will be 3.0 percent. The percentage of the U.S. civilian labor force that
will be employed in five years is 93.9 percent, and 6.1 percent will be unemployed. In 2000, 70.2 percent of the population aged 16 years or
older in the market area participated in the labor force, and 0.1 percent were in the Armed Forces.

In the current year, the occupational distribution of the employed population is:

• 50.3 percent in white collar jobs (compared to 60.2 percent of U.S. employment)
• 14.8 percent in service jobs (compared to 16.5 percent of U.S. employment)
• 34.9 percent in blue collar jobs (compared to 23.3 percent of U.S. employment)

In 2000, 78.6 percent of the market area population drove alone to work, and 5.9 percent worked at home. The average travel time to work in
2000 was 20.4 minutes in the market area, compared to the U.S. average of 25.5 minutes.

Population by Education

In 2008, the educational attainment of the population aged 25 years or older in the market area was distributed as follows:

• 22.9 percent had not earned a high school diploma (16.4 percent in the U.S.)
• 42.0 percent were high school graduates only (29.6 percent in the U.S.)
• 4.9 percent had completed an Associate degree (7.2 percent in the U.S.)
• 13.0 percent had a Bachelor’s degree (17.0 percent in the U.S.)
• 5.6 percent had earned a Master’s/Professional/Doctorate Degree (9.7 percent in the U.S.)

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of Population and Housing. ESRI forecasts for 2008 and 2013. ESRI converted 1990 Census data into 2000 geography.

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