Harbor Plaza

16281 Harbor Blvd. Fountain Valley, CA 92708 Fountain Valley, CA 92708

16281 Harbor Blvd. Fountain Valley, CA 92708, Fountain Valley, CA, 92708
16281 Harbor Blvd. Fountain Valley, CA 92708, Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 16281 Harbor Blvd. Fountain Valley, CA 92708, Fountain Valley, CA, 92708
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Convenience Center
Last Verified:
May 19, 2021

Available SF: +/- 12,040 SF
Lot Size: 0.96 Acres

 

 

Property Highlights

• Initial sublease term expires January 31, 2027
• Additional options available
• 166 Surface Spaces are Available; ratio of 5.53/1,000 SF
• Neighboring tenants include: China Poultry, Harbor Family Optometry, E File Group Technical Support, George Market, Joy Spa, Fountain Valley Mail & Water among others

 


Description

+/- 12,040 SF Available for Sublease 

Neighborhood shopping center located at the southwest corner of Edinger Avenue and Harbor Boulevard in the City of Fountain Valley.


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