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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

You can now own a large chunk of the Mills 50 neighborhood for $2.9 million

Posted By on Tue, Oct 6, 2015 at 9:30 AM

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  • Screengrab via Google Maps

If you have the means, and you're itching to lord over Mills 50 with an iron fist, for a cool $2.9 million you can now purchase a significant chunk of real estate in the heart of one of Orlando's hippest and trendiest neighborhoods. A screamin' deal. 

So, what does $2.9 million get you in today's commercial real estate market? Well, this particular chunk of real estate is currently home to the iconic iFixYouri building, Anthony's Pizza, Hung's Custom Tailor Shop and Hats & Heels. Plus, you get a massive back parking lot! 



click image SCREENGRAB VIA GOOGLE MAPS
  • Screengrab via Google Maps

The property is being sold though Edward Johnston of the Edward Johnston Group and is located on the southeast corner of North Mills Avenue and Colonial Drive. 

If you're interested, here's what your kingdom would look like. 

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  • Photo via Edward Johnston

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