0 US Hwy 98 N, Lakeland , Fl 33810

Property: This is 9 acres of high and dry land. Future land use of Linear Commercial Corridor (LCC), with a wide array of allowable uses (see list in flyer). There is appx. 673’ of frontage along US 98. Excellent demographics with over 77,000 population and average household income over $66,000 within the five-mile ring. Traffic counts in this area 36,000 AADT. DOT median cut at the southern end of the property allowing for access to northbound traffic. Water and sewer lines run along the eastern side of US 98 across from the property.

Location: Site fronts on US 98 north in northern Lakeland, FL. Property is appx five miles north of I-4.

Area Information: Lakeland offers its residents, businesses and visitors a true sense of place. Incorporated in 1885, Lakeland quickly became one of the premier cities in Florida and has always been a hub of innovation and progressive ideas. Today, the City continues to thrive as population and business expansions are attracted to this area, the geographic center of Florida. Lakeland’s economic base consists of warehouse, transportation and distribution, education, health care, manufacturing and retail. Lakeland is located approximately 35 miles east of Tampa and 55 miles southwest of Orlando along Interstate I-4. The city is home to Florida Southern College, Florida Polytechnic University, Southeastern University, Polk Community College, and Publix. Lakeland is showing positive job growth and offers a lower cost of living than area other areas along the I-4 corridor. There are over 10,000,000 people within a 100-mile radius of Lakeland; a fact that is causing exponential growth in the area. Lakeland has received the distinction of being on Money Magazine’s “Best Place to Live in America” list. In addition, Lakeland is home to Publix Supermarkets, Florida Southern College, which hosts the largest one-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in the world and is the winter home to the Detroit Tigers. The City of Lakeland offers an exceptional quality of life. A firm commitment to downtown development, redevelopment, historic preservation, cultural amenities, and an exceptional business-friendly environment has helped Lakeland to thrive for 130 years.