Reach International Church of God $800/month
Lease Opportunity Church is available for rent on a shared basis (1865 Nowlin, Dearborn, Michigan). The owner is looking to share the building with other churches. The owner uses the main sanctuary from 10 AM to 1 PM on Sundays. Physical Description Church (seating for up to 350, fellowship hall, offices, and classrooms) Lease Price $800 to $1,800 per month (including utilities) The sanctuary is available for renters after 4 PM on Sundays. The auxiliary chapel could be available for services after 1:30 PM Sundays for $1,200 per month (holds up to 80 people). The fellowship hall could be available for Sunday services.Church, Fellowship Hall, and Classroom DescriptionSize The sanctuary, fellowship hall, and classrooms total approx. 37,000 square feetSanctuary DescriptionCapacity for up to 350 persons in pews. The narthex can be used for coffee hours after services.Sanctuary Design The sanctuary is the first floor and is approx. 71 ft by 66 ft with windows.Sound System The sanctuary has a sound board located to the rear.
Kitchen DescriptionFellowship Hall
The fellowship hall is approx. 71 ft by 66 and is adjacent to the kitchen. The fellowship hall is available for a renter to use for their services. It has extensive window line for bringing in the natural light.Renter Closets The owner will make closets available for a renter to store their sound system, paper products and other items.Classroom DescriptionClassrooms for Services Classrooms could be made available to a renter to use for their services (23 ft by 21 ft) Classrooms for Kids Renters can use the building nursery and classrooms on the main floor.Parking Lot DescriptionSize The property has parking spaces for over 101 cars located on the east side (behind the church) and on the west side across the street on Nowlin.Heating and Cooling The building has a boiler for heat and is fully air-conditioned
City of Dearborn: Fact Sheet
Dearborn, combines a rich heritage, a strong feeling of community, and a healthy commercial industrial base. The earliest settlers had “ribbon farms” with the narrow end fronting the Rouge River (settled 1786). The Dearborn area began to emerge as a community when it was chosen as the site for the Detroit Arsenal in the early 1830’s. In 1838, the area around the Detroit Arsenal was incorporated and named Dearbornville at the request of the arsenal’s first commandant who wanted to honor Major General Henry Dearborn, a Revolutionary War hero under whom he had served. The only arsenal structure left is the commandant’s quarters which today houses the Dearborn Historical Museum.Dearborn may be best known as the hometown of Henry Ford. Henry Ford first boosted Dearborn’s growth by constructing the Ford Rouge Plant here in 1917. As Ford Motor Company grew, Dearborn became the location of its World Headquarters.Dearborn has excellent access to I-96, I-94 and M-39. It is within minutes of Metropolitan Airport.Area 24.53 square milesPopulation 99,256 (2005 SEMCOG)Dwelling Units 40,104 (2005 SEMCOG)Household Income $44,560 (2000 Census in 1999 Dollars)Per Capita Income $16,942 (2000 Census in 1999 Dollars)Median Housing Value $129,300 (2000 Census in 2000 Dollars)Altitude 581 feet (measured at the Detroit River) Attractions Henry Ford Community College Henry Ford Museum The Automotive Hall of Fame Greenfield Village University of Michigan Dearborn Campus
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