+/-20,120 SF Commercial Building w/ +/-20,000 SF Paved Parking

6700 NE Broadway Street Portland, OR 97213

6700 NE Broadway Street, Portland, OR, 97213
6700 NE Broadway Street, Portland, OR, 97213 6700 NE Broadway Street, Portland, OR, 97213 6700 NE Broadway Street, Portland, OR, 97213 6700 NE Broadway Street, Portland, OR, 97213
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Jan 22, 2019

6700 NE Broadway is a 20,120 SF commercial building with ample parking on a 41,000 SF tax lot. Approximately 17,000 SF of the building is currently used as a grocery store which contains three mezzanine areas not counted in the building SF. The approximately 3,120 SF remaining space is a turnkey restaurant. The restaurant is fully-equipped, including a type 1 hood and cooler.

The property will be delivered vacant affording the buyer the opportunity to capitalize on the strategic location of the property. The large parcel and flexible zoning provide possibilities for development or redevelopment.

  • +/- 20,120 SF building, not including three (3) mezzanine areas

  • +/- 41,000 SF lot

  • 58 parking stalls, 3:1000 ratio

  • Grade level loading

  • Includes +/- 3,120 SF turnkey restaurant

  • CM1(MU-d) zoning allows 100,000+ SF development

  • Access to I-84, 77 bus, and MAX light rail

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