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COMMERCIAL LOT FOR SALE 4441 East Main Street, Blytheville, Arkansas, 72315

 
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COMMERCIAL LOT FOR SALE 4441 East Main Street, Blytheville, Arkansas, 72315

$869,565.00   / ForSale

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$869,565.00
Sale Price:
$869,565.00
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Property Description

Property Highlights: Vacant land tract located adjacent to and south of Highway 18 (East Main). Highly desireable commercial tract located just east of the rapidly expanding Blytheville commercial district. Numerous new commercial construction projects along with additional commercial site development projects underway.

Location Description

Blytheville was founded in 1879 by the Methodist clergyman Henry T. Blythe. Blytheville is located in Mississippi County approximately 60 miles north of Memphis. Because of the abundance of trees, the city grew quickly and was incorporated in 1889. According to re- cords, the city had a large and diverse population in 1890. As the vast forest began to shrink, the people of Blytheville started growing cotton. Blytheville was a huge agricultural community until 1980, when farming was increasingly mechanized. Since then, Blytheville has developed a growing industrial base, much of which is centered around the steel industry. Blytheville is the home to Arkansas Northeastern College, a two-year community college. It was formerly known as Mississippi County Community College until the merger with the Cotton Boll Technical Institute. Arkansas Northeastern College is the nation’s first community college solar photovoltaic prototype facility. Until the 1991, Blytheville was home to Blytheville Air Force Base later renamed to Eaker Air Force Base, a major airfield that was part of the Strategic Air Command.