Freestanding Retail Building for Sale

2828 N. 59th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85035

Property Type:
Free Standing Building
Last Verified:
Feb 26, 2019


  • Freestanding Retail Building for Sale
  • Block Construction Built in the Mid '90s
  • C-2 Zoning per City of Phoenix
  • 150' of Linear Frontage Along 59th Ave
  • Nearly One (1) Full Acre
  • *Existing Cell Tower Does Not Convey w/ Sale


The subject property consists of a vacant free-standing building totaling 9,000 square feet. It's currently situated on ±1 acre of land. The building consists of solid block construction and offers a parking ratio of over 4:1,000. The property has 150' of linear frontage along 59th Ave and also features a walled and gated parking lot. The current zoning is C-2 per the City of Phoenix, which allows for a wide range of permitted uses.

The subject property is located along 59th Ave, south of Thomas Rd in west Phoenix. There are over 200,000 residents within a 3-mile radius, and this particular location along 59th Ave has over 30,000 VPD. The property is in close proximity to the I-10 Freeway and is surrounded by numerous schools. Maryvale Baseball Park, which will be receiving ±$56,000,000 in renovations in 2019 is less than one mile away from the subject property.

Year Built: 1994
Building Size: 9000.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.99 acres

Map of 2828 N. 59th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ, 85035

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