City gearing up for “rummage sale” of surplus properties


The 14-acre Suzuki property on New Brooklyn is one of eight properties the city is aiming to sell in the coming months.

Councilman Bill Knobloch calls it a “rummage sale” of sorts, where the city cleans out its large inventory of under-used properties.

Valued at $5.4 million, the Suzuki property’s sale could mean a lot for the city’s beleaguered budget.

The city’s in negotiations to sell parts of three smaller properties near the head of Eagle Harbor and Vincent Road.

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One thought on “City gearing up for “rummage sale” of surplus properties

  1. i smell apt complex!!!
    low income apt complex
    section8 guaranteed rent check complex
    see you at the sale

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