High Exposure I-5 Retail/Industrial Building

3020 Cascade Blvd Shasta Lake, CA 96019

3020 Cascade Blvd, Shasta Lake, CA, 96019
3020 Cascade Blvd, Shasta Lake, CA, 96019
Property Type:
Free Standing Building
Last Verified:
Aug 09, 2020


  • 100% leased 12,800sf retail/industrial building at below market rents
  • Ace Hardware lease up September 30, 2021
  • High exposure property with ~20ft monument sign on Interstate 5 w/ 72,000+ cars per day
  • Only $90/SF and includes the corner commercial lot next door ($50,000 Additional value)


High exposure fully leased retail/industrial property on Cascade Blvd fronting Interstate 5 with approximately 72,000+ cars per day. Current tenant GBK Corporation dba Ace Hardware has below market lease in place until September 30th, 2021 for 11,000 square feet and shop tenant is month-to-month for 1,800 square feet. Low maintenance 12,800 total square feet steel metal-frame building with metal siding and metal roof. Interior has polished concrete floors, exposed ceilings and HVAC ducting, 17ft and 12ft ceiling clear heights, 4 roll-up doors (10x12 and 16x12), HVAC throughout (as well as evaporative coolers), approximately 20ft lighted monument sign, and plenty of parking. Property also includes additional 0.29 acre corner parcel next to the building to the north. Please do not disturb the tenants, contact broker with all questions.

This frontage road property is ideally located on Cascade Blvd just south of the Pine Grove exit in south City of Shasta Lake. With excellent visibility from Interstate 5, the property is exposed to over 72,000 cars per day.

Year Built: 1977
Building Size: 12800.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.96 acres

Map of 3020 Cascade Blvd, Shasta Lake, CA, 96019

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