1311 W Front Street

1311 Front Street West Albert Lea, MN 56007

1311 Front Street West, Albert Lea, MN, 56007
1301 W Front Street, Albert Lea, MN
1311 Front Street West, Albert Lea, MN, 56007
Property Type:
Free Standing Building
Last Verified:
Feb 02, 2021


  • Kitchen with Hood and Food Prep Area
  • Coolers/Freezers
  • 3 Non-Compliant Fuel Pumps and Lit Canopy
  • 2 Non-Compliant Underground Steel Fuel Tanks
  • Carwash (non-functioning, needs replacement wash system)
  • Convenient to I-35, I-90, Hwy 69/13, and Hwy 65


This freestanding former gas station can be repurposed to a retail or quick food/fast casual use as it has a small kitchen with hood and food prep area, coolers, freezers, and two (2) restrooms along Front Street.

The service station could be reopened with major updates to meet current compliance. There are two 10,000-gallon underground fuel tanks, three fuel pumps with lighted canopy and a separate non-functioning car wash.

Front Street West, which sees over 4,750 VPD, is one of the main thoroughfares of Albert Lea. Convenient access to Hwy 69/13, Hwy 65, I-35, and I-90. Across from Sibley Elementary School, Southwest Park, Skyline Plaza, and Housing Authority. Area businesses include Wedgewood Cove Golf Club, Boomgaars Department Store, and Mayo Clinic Health System (over 1,500 employees).

Existing features include:

SE quadrant of W Front Street and Maplehill Drive. One-half mile east of Hwy 69 and one-half mile south of Main Street

Year Built: 1987
Building Size: 3192sq ft
Lot Size: 0.69 acres

Map of 1311 Front Street West, Albert Lea, MN, 56007

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