Commercial - DELANCO, NJ
A very rare opportunity to own a Delanco riverfront property right on the Rancocas .....which leads right to the Delaware River. As you can see by the photos, this parcel of land is positioned very nicely on the river. The building itself is basically a tear down. The property had a Remedial Investigative Report.
There was Remedial Action Workplan, that identified (7) potential areas of concern (AOCs): AOC-1
Former 275-Gallon Heating Oil AST, AOC-2: Former 2,000-Gallon Heating Oil AST, AOC3: Wastewater Sump/Unknown Piping, AOC-4: Loading Docks/Loading or Transfer Areas, AOC-5: Hazardous Material Storage/Drum Storage, AOC-6: Historic Structures/Operations, and AOC-7: Historic
Fill. The former six areas have been remediated or corrected. The site has a deed restriction related to the Historic fill. No school or residential housing can be built. The property is being sold completely "AS IS", all certifications, inspections, township inspections, will be a buyer's responsibility...without exception. It's a 7000 SF Cinderblock building with a cement slab, along with a very nice boat ramp. There is public water & sewer. This riverfront property is closely adjacent to the newly opened portion of the Rancocas Creek Greenway Trail that currently extends from Amico Island in Delran to Pennington Park in Delanco. The trail is divided into two segments for easier viewing and planning: Riverside section and Delanco section. Amico Island is the access point for the Riverside section. This regional multi-use paved trail will follow the Rancocas Creek corridor. The trail is open dawn to dusk every day of the year. The Riverside section of the Rancocas Creek Greenway Trail is 1.5 miles one way from Amico Island to the Pavilion Ave. bridge (Rancocas Creek crossing). The trail continues 2.23 miles on the Delanco Twp side of the Creek, connecting behind the Newton’s Landing development and through Pennington Park. The entire length from Amico Island to the end of Penning