±11,700 SF Retail Building Located in Downtown Hanford

108-112 E Eighth Street Hanford, CA 93230

108-112 E Eighth Street, Hanford, CA, 93230
108-112 E Eighth Street, Hanford, CA, 93230 108-112 E Eighth Street, Hanford, CA, 93230 108-112 E Eighth Street, Hanford, CA, 93230 108-112 E Eighth Street, Hanford, CA, 93230 108-112 E Eighth Street, Hanford, CA, 93230
Property Type:
Street Retail
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  • ±11,700 SF Retail Building
  • Well Known Downtown Building in Hanford
  • Surrounded By Quality Tenants
  • Large Open Front Showroom, 9 Room + Bathroom
  • Ballroom + Storage Area + Meeting Hall
  • Located in Quaint Downtown Hanford
  • Located in high traffic area with ±17,512 Cars Per Day
  • Within Walking Distance to Banks, Restaurants, & Civic Center Park


±11,700 SF retail building located in quaint downtown, Hanford just a block from well known Superior Dairy Ice-cream and across the street from Civic Center Park. The building consists of a large open front showroom area, wide hallway leading towards the rear, 9 rooms and a bathroom off the hallway, and a 48’x 67’rear open room known as the former ballroom. There is also a 23’ x 48’ storage area in the basement, and a 48’ x 37’ meeting hall upstairs with a 10'x20' room on the corner.

This property is located north of E Eighth Street, east of N Douty Street, south of E 9th Street, and west of N Harris Street in downtown Hanford, California.

Year Built: 2018
Building Size: 11700sq ft
Lot Size: 0.33 acres


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