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StarNews: Former Greyhound bus station property in downtown Wilmington listed for $2.15 million

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By Julian March
StarNewsOnline.com

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The former Greyhound bus station property in downtown Wilmington is on the market.

Cape Fear Commercial has the 1.2-acre parcel at 201 Harnett St. listed for $2.15 million.

The property, which has frontage on North Third and North Front streets, is near Cape Fear Community College and sits in the shadow of PPD’s headquarters.

The property’s 2012 total tax value is $921,000, according to county records. It is owned by Greyhound Lines, Inc. of Atlanta.

Bryan Greene, a senior vice president at Cape Fear Commerical, said the signs should be up at the property soon.

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There goes the entertainment!

If it does get sold, the two Evel Knievel wannabes and their groupies will have to go elsewhere to practice their stunts!

You better believe the

You better believe the thought and idea of a small (miniature) Baseball Field on this land was discussed by City Council!

2012 tax value = $921,000

2012 tax value = $921,000 and selling for well over twice that amount? Is this the "voodoo economics" I've heard about?

Only LARGE numbers...

get the attention of saffro and Co.