±4.19 Acres Commercial Zoning

18633 9th St Bloomington, CA 92316

18633 9th St, Bloomington, CA, 92316
18633 9th St, Bloomington, CA, 92316 18633 9th St, Bloomington, CA, 92316 18633 9th St, Bloomington, CA, 92316
Property Type:
Other Land
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Last Verified:
Apr 04, 2024


  • Zoning is BL/CG-SCP (County of San Bernardino General Commercial)
  • Flexible zoning allows for a number of permitted uses include Mini-Storage, Wholesaling and Distribution, Auto and vehicle sales and rental, Building & Landscape materials sales (indoor & outdoor), C-Store, General Retail, Warehouse retail, Vehicle repair (minor), Equipment rental and many other uses. Buyer to verify with County. Refer to table 82-11 here for allowable uses: https://bit.ly/Allowed-Uses
  • Excellent traffic counts of approximately 34k CPD, Cedar Ave connects directly to both the 60 and 10 Freeway.
  • Property is surrounded by significant existing and proposed industrial development.
  • Seller has numerous Due Diligence reports including Phase 1 Environmental, Geotech, Biological, etc. available for qualified Buyer review. Contact broker for additional information.
  • Regular shape flat lot with utilities readily available, property is ready for development.
  • APN: 025904301; Approximately 4.19AC, see sheet 4 for Parcel Map.
  • Contact broker for pricing.


34k CPD Cedar Ave location connecting 60 FWY and 10 FWY


Building Size: 0sq ft
Lot Size: 4.19 acres


Bloomington - ±4.19 AC Commercial Zoning.pdf

Map of 18633 9th St, Bloomington, CA, 92316

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