1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220

1351 Charles Street Banning, CA 92220

1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220
1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220 1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220 1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220 1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220 1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220 1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220 1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220 1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Factory
Last Verified:
Jan 11, 2022

Highlights

  • Three Ground Level Doors (14' x 10')
  • Versatile Industrial Zoning for Multiple Uses
  • Heavy Power
  • Fire Sprinklers Throughout

Description

Approx. 6,500 sq. ft. freestanding industrial building built in 1981 located with an approx. 40,000 sq. ft. fenced yard. Call the agent to schedule a private tour of the property.

The City of Banning is strategically located astride the I-10 Freeway approx. 80 miles east of Los Angeles in Riverside County. The subject property is adjacent to the Banning Municipal Airport just south of the 10 freeway.

Building Size: 6500sq ft
Lot Size: 0.92 acres


Documents

Lease Brochure - 1351 Charles Street - Banning, CA

Units for Lease

1351 Charles Street
Space Available: 6500 SF
Lease Type: Gross

Price Per Sqft/Month: $8500.0

Map of 1351 Charles Street, Banning, CA, 92220

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