410 S. 34th Street

410 S. 34th Street Richmond, CA 94804

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FOR SALE Incentives
Property Type:
MultiFamily Apartments
Amount:
$899,000
Last Verified:
May 03, 2016


410 South 34th Street is located in the Pullman neighborhood of Richmond, CA, just north of the Cutting Boulevard thoroughfare. It's proximity to the I-580 and I-80 freeways provide easy access, yet it is far enough away that the ambient noise is quite minimal. Within walking distance, tenants can easily access numerous outdoor spaces such as Boorman and John F. Kennedy Parks. Also nearby is the MacDonald 80 shopping center, offering a Target, Wells Fargo Bank, GameStop, and Payless Shoes. The property is also near restaurants such as Wing Stop, Panda Express, and Subway. In addition, UC-Berkeley plans to expand its Global Campus in nearby Richmond Bay, which will be sure to entice students and faculty to move to the area.
Recent Improvements
Value-Add Opportunity
Secure Parking
Possible Rental Upside
Nearby Amenities
Easy Access to Freeways and Public Transit
Year Built: 1963
Building Size: 4814.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.18 acres

Map of 410 S. 34th Street, Richmond, CA, 94804

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What are Real Estate Incentives?

Real Estate incentives range widely and have been overlooked by the Commercial Multiple Listing Services (MLS) for decades. Real estate incentives is a generic term used to group any number of programs, such as tax incentives, that are designated by an agency for a geographic area."

Why are Real Estate Incentives Important and to Whom?

"Incentives" are vital today and in the future because:

  • U.S. Public: Many incentives focus on job creation and Affordable Housing
  • Investors and Commercial Developers use incentives to reduce financial risk, obtain gap financing, etc. Investors and developers look for property listings with incentives available.
  • Commercial Real Estate Brokers, in mass, unfortunately do not know about incentives tied to their listings
  • Entire Supply Chain of Real Estate Development such as small and large companies who will provide goods and services to new and revitalized properties.