Grand Junction Properties will be hosting an open house of available/participating properties for sale or lease in downtown Westfield from 9 a.m. to noon Friday and Saturday. Affordable properties with great visibility on Ind. 32 will be available for businesses considering a new or second location.
“Recently we’ve had a couple vacancies come up,” said Westfield resident and broker Curt Whitesell. “We’re asking anyone who potentially has space available to open up their property for a couple hours for the community open house.”
Whitesell helped created www.grandjunctionwestfield.com to spread the word about Grand Junction real estate and attract businesses to downtown Westfield. He said the site provides a one spot stop for information about the city, properties, market data and other resources.
“We let everyone use it to list a property,” said Whitesell. “Everything’s been free. We’ve only charged twice.”
The goal of the website and open house is to help revitalize downtown.
“We need to get the buzz going,” he said. “There’s a need for food/restaurants downtown, especially ones that serve lunch and dinner. Ones that are open market to the community do very well.”
Whitesell will be located at 100 N. Union St., the intersection of Ind. 32 and Union Street, during the open house.
Grand Junction Properties has helped businesses that were affected by the U.S. 31 expansion relocate to private and city owned properties.
“Rents are so low we attract a lot of startups,” Whitesell said.
For more information, call Curt Whitesell at 698-2700 or visit www.grandjunctionwestfield.com or www.facebook.com/groups/344082858954033.