Land for Sale in Delaware
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At just 1,954 square miles, Delaware is the smallest state in the country after Rhode Island. The economy here is largely driven by banking and financial services, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, with farming making up a much smaller slice of overall state GDP. A number of Delaware state parks, waterways and coastal regions offer outdoor recreation aplenty, including sea kayaking, deep-sea fishing and biking. Delaware is also a prime location for birds migrating down the Altantic "Flyway" between seasons, a boon for birdwatchers and hunters alike. Land for sale in Delaware includes farms, hunting land, recreational acreage and undeveloped land for future commercial or residential usage. Delaware is one of the country's smallest states in terms of size, covering an area of 2,489 square miles (2 million acres). In total, 1,949 square miles (78 percent) is land, while the remaining 540 square miles is made up of water.
Land for sale including Commercial Property in Newark Delaware
Rare Industrial land for Sale. Zoned MI - Industrial in the City of Newark.
Perfect for contractor, storage or redevelopment.
3 storage buildings included in AS - IS, WHERE-IS condition. Minutes from downtown Newark and borders UD Farm.
Wonderful opportunity for this terrific parcel located in City of Newark off very heavily traffic road of Route 2. Presently used a financial and accounting office. The zoning allows for doctor's office, lawyer's office, medical clinic, social club, financial office, and also possible rezoning to residential to built townhomes of 2705 square foot lots. Call George Brown for appointment today. Location is the real plus with this parcel.
6.95 Acres Zoned BL: Unimproved, Unapproved. One of the last commercial lots available within the City of Newark limits. Selected BL uses (Newark Web-site) include, Office (general or medical) Hospitals, Medical Clinic, Social Club, Church, School among others. Given that this is over Newark 5 acre minimum one might consider site plan approvals and/or rezone for uses such as Independent Living, Assisted Living, Nursing Home, or other residential conversions.