St. Timothy United Methodist Church $1,200/month
Lease Opportunity The property is available for lease. Services can start at 11 AM on Sunday in the sanctuary, and a mid week service is available (15888 Archdale, Detroit). The renter would be sharing the building with the owner. The fellowship hall and auxiliary chapel are available for sharing, the renting church could start their services at 11 AM on Sunday in these locations. The auxiliary sanctuary is also available for rent. Physical Description Church (seating for approx. 300, fellowship hall, offices, and classrooms) Lease Price $1,200 per month to $1,900 per month including utilities depending upon time and location in the building
Church, Fellowship Hall, and Classroom Description
The sanctuary, fellowship hall, and classrooms total approx. 18,000 square feet
The sanctuary is approx. 71 ft by 52 ft with seating for up to 400
Fellowship Hall Description
1 stove, 1 refrigerator,and 7 sinks (kitchen is located adjacent to the fellowship hall with a serving window for ease in meal preparation and serving). The overall size of the kitchen is approx. 26 ft. by 22 ft.
Fellowship Hall Size
66 ft. by 39 ft. with with the adjacent kitchen. The fellowship hall is on the main floor of the building. The fellowship hall has a handicap ramp. There is a stage on the south side of the hall and the renting church could leave their equipment in place on the stage.
Multiple classrooms are available throughout the building.
An office can be made available for the pastor to use during normal business hours of the owner.
The building has a handicap ramp that provides access to the main floor of the building.
The auxiliary chapel is on the second floor of the building. It could be rented out to a smaller church. It is approx. 20 ft by 35 ft. A renting church could start their service 11 AM on Sunday in this location. The renting church would have sole use of this room.
Parking Lot Description
The onsite parking lot has room for 74 cars in both parking lots.
The building is heated by a boiler.
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