14,700 SF Lot C-3

1301 - 1305 W. Grant Street Phoenix, AZ 85007

Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Apr 12, 2020


This 2,600 SF building sits on the corner of 13th Ave and Grant St. The lot is comprised of two tax parcels, totaling a 14,700 SF lot and is zoned C-3. Currently Vacant and ready for move in. Abundant parking with a variety of uses due to the General Commercial Zoning. Some updates have been made to the building, including the electrical and roof. Does need some cosmetic touch up but very minimal. Previously utilized as a bar which still has the fundamentals for a 2nd Generation Restaurant. The opportunity to acquire the neighboring parcels is also available, allowing for an assemblage. The area has seen numerous projects break ground and continues to see the trend. Seller Financing available for Qualified Buyer, call for details.

Located +/-1.5 Miles from Downtown Phoenix and +/-4.4 Miles from Sky Harbor International Airport. This 2,600 SF Building sits on a 14,700 SF lot and is currently zoned C-3. Proximity to Downtown Phoenix and centrally located next to all the major arteries. Assemblage opportunity totaling a 25,800 SF lot.

Building Size: 2600.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.34 acres

Map of 1301 - 1305 W. Grant Street, Phoenix, AZ, 85007

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