Turn Point Pentecostal Church $1,200/month
Lease Opportunity Church is available for lease (24030 Notre Dame, Dearborn, Michigan). Turn Point Pentecostal Church wants to rent their building but they want to continue to worship in their facility. In effect they are looking to share the church with another church. The new tenant could start their services at any time on Sunday morning (thus having the prime time) and have a weekday night service on Tuesday or Thursday night. Physical Description Church (seating for approx. 120, fellowship hall, and classrooms) Lease Price $1,200 per month
Church, Fellowship Hall, and Classroom Description
The sanctuary, fellowship hall, and classrooms total approx. 3,300 square feet
approx. 120 persons
The sanctuary is the first floor with twenty-one (21) eight (8) foot pews. The sanctuary is approx. 22 ft wide and 53 feet long.
The fellowship hall is located beneath the sanctuary (approx. 23 ft by 22 ft). The kitchen area is adjacent to the fellowship hall.
1 stove, 1 refrigerator with freezer and 2 sinks (8 ft by 23 ft)
One set of men’s & women’s in the lower level
2 located in the lower level and one on the first floor
The landlord will supply the tenant with some storage in the building for their personal property.
Onsite parking for fifteen (15) cars, the remainder is surface parking on Notre Dame street.
Heating and Cooling
The building has forced air furnaces for heating and air conditioning.
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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