JACKSON LAND SOLD FOR MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT
Highway 61 North (N. High Street) -
Over 32 acres of property has been
purchased on Highway 61 north in Jackson for a new mixed use
development with plans to incorporate commercial, duplexes and
single-family sections. Tom Kelsey, commercial broker with
Lorimont Place, Ltd represented the owners, Larry & Audrey
Borgfield in the recent land sale.
Kelsey said Donker’s Inc. owned by Jerry Stoverink and
Jason Liley, who intend to develop the parcel, recently acquired
the prime Jackson acreage.
Kelsey said the land, which is from the
Borgfield farm fronts Highway 61, just north of the Deer Ridge
Animal Hospital located at 1807 N. High Street in Jackson.
With almost 500 feet of highway frontage on Highway 61,
it is likely the frontage portion of the property will be used
for commercial with the balance divided between duplex and
Lorimont also represents the Borgfield’s in
an adjacent 38-acre parcel
along Highway 61 and just north of this acquired property.
It is being marketed for commercial or industrial use.
This acreage has over 1200 feet of highway frontage.
The City of Jackson’s new industrial park is directly
north of this property.
Jerry Stoverink is a long-time Jackson
builder, real estate agent and developer who has been active in
commercial and residential projects in the Jackson area.
His latest residential development was Rosewood
Subdivision located near West Independence Street and N.
Farmington Road in Jackson.