Available Properties

224 W. Main St.-Albemarle MOVE IN READY RETAIL-NOW LEASED

Large retail space available for rent on West Main Street in Downtown Albemarle-over 2300 sq. ft. Across the street from public parking, driveway next to building for back access. Would make a great clothing store! Interested parties-please contact property owners at 704-982-3610.

Do you have a Downtown building for sale or rent? The ADDC office can promote your property and connect you with interested parties. Contact us today to get started!

124 E. North Street – Albemarle

Wonderful location for an office at a very affordable price. A work in progress with unfinished bath room and kitchen with hardwood floors thru out covered front porch Natural gas heat and parking in rear.

401 S. 1st Street – Albemarle

Property with high traffic and visibility in the heart of Albemarle. Building for sale is on the corner of S. 1st Street and Old Charlotte Rd. Plenty of road frontage and parking. Previously was a Hair Salon and all contents stay, the property is to be sold as is no repairs. Sellers are motivated to sell!

113 S. 2nd St. - Retail/Office Space for Rent

Storefront space centrally located in Downtown Albemarle close to Courthouse, Public Library, restaurants and shops. Large windows in storefront make great display space, and storefront area boasts 10’ ceilings. Originally built for use as a bank, the original vault is still in place. The possibilities are endless!

  • Sq Ft: 1,000
  • Heat/Air: Gas/Electric
  • Restrooms: 2
  • Former uses: bank, jewelry store, retail
  • For more info, call 704-982-2141

Get In Touch

Location:
144 N Second St. Albemarle, NC 28001

Mailing Address:
PO Box 2123 Albemarle, NC 28002

Telephone: 704-984-9415

Email: admin@albemarledowntown.com

Hours: M-F: 8am – 5pm

NC Main Street Designated CommunityAlbemarle Downtown Development Corporation (ADDC) is a North Carolina Main Street Community, designated by the NC Department of Commerce and Main Street & Rural Planning Center.  ADDC is charged with administering the program at the local level and building a public-private partnership to spur economic development in partnership with the state agency.