Real Estate Opportunities

9 West Street • Rutland

Commercial property for sale at $1,500,000 or a lease rate TBD. Building is 8,364 SF on 0.6 Acres with existing 30 parking spaces. Sits on the corner of N. Main Street and West Street with one of the highest traffic counts in Vermont.

Contact Ross Montgomery at Kingsland Company - 802-658-0088 or ross@kingslandvt.com

131 Woodstock Avenue• Rutland

Commercial property for sale at $499,000. Building is 4,500 SF and currently configured to accommodate three rental spaces. Sits on .97 Acres on busy Woodstock Avenue/Rte. 4.

Contact Joshua Lemieux at Remax Summit - 802-772-0670 or vtsummitre@gmail.com

34 N. Main Street • Rutland

Retail property for lease on one of the most heavily trafficked corners in Vermont. Half acre of land with existing 2,000 SF building for renovation or build to suit.

Contact Tom Adams

80 West Street • Rutland

Class A & B Building of 29,950 sf of two floors on 0.91 acres, adjacent to downtown parking garage and transit center.

MLS # 4371728. Sale price $895,000.

Contact Ray Ault at Ault Commercial Realty, Inc.

77 Grove Street • Rutland

New Premium Business Rentals, Built to Suit from 6-20,000 sf • Onsite Parking • High Speed Fiber

Work, Eat and Play in the Heart of the City!

For Leasing Information:

Mead Building • Rutland

The historic Mead Building sits in the very center of vibrant downtown Rutland at the corner of Merchants Row and Center Street. Currently space available for retail or restaurant use. Lease terms to be negotiated.

94 Merchants Row, 2,250 SF, former retail space
96 Merchants Row, 1,053 SF, former retail space
1 Center Street, 1,593 SF, former restaurant space with 86 person occupancy
3 Center Street, 1,305 SF, former restaurant space with 116 person occupancy

For more information:
Lori Ribbans

New sidewalk bump-outs as part of the
Strongs Avenue Gateway Improvements Project

Formed by Charter in 1989 the Rutland Redevelopment Authority (RRA) has historically served as Rutland City's economic development entity. Under the Charter the RRA was established to reduce the property tax burden on residential homeowners, redevelop dilapidated and blighted structures, revitalize the commercial and industrial sectors of the economy, and promote economic opportunity for all citizens.

Request For Proposals - Rutland Area Train Station Design/Engineering Services

The City of Rutland is requesting proposals for the design and engineering of bicycle and pedestrian improvements to the Rutland Area Train Station. Proposals are due March 10 by 4 pm.



Rutland City TAP TA (6) Design RFP Addendum 1 Response to Questions from Prospective Bidders


2020 Downtown Strategic Plan

The RRA, in collaboration with the Downtown Rutland Partnership, commissioned a Downtown Strategic Plan to update a previous version in the fall of 2019. The vendor chosen, Camoin 310, completed a comprehensive analysis including several public workshops and stakeholder interviews over the next several months. The planning process culminated with a final presentation to the community on June 23, 2020 with a review of the findings and an introduction of the plan’s goals and strategies and implementation steps. The final Downtown Strategic Plan document can be viewed here.

This document was partially funded with grants awarded by the Agency of Commerce and Community Development and National Life Group Foundation.

City Owned Properties for Sale

The City of Rutland takes title to a number of properties throughout the year, generally through tax sale. Learn more about purchasing and redeveloping these properties here.

Business Incentive and Assistance Program

The City of Rutland wishes to encourage industrial and commercial growth which will inspire a strong economy and create employment opportunities for all citizens.

Posted copies of Agenda are located at:

City Hall
1 Strongs Avenue

Police Department
108 Wales Street

Rutland Recreation Community Center
134 Community Drive