High Exposure Open Retail Shop Spaces in Downtown Porterville

127 N Main St Porterville, CA 93257

127 N Main St, Porterville, CA, 93257
127 N Main St, Porterville, CA, 93257 127 N Main St, Porterville, CA, 93257
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  • ±676 - ±1,100 SF Space Available Surrounded w/ Quality Tenants
  • Busy & Established Retail Corridor | Ample Parking
  • Close Proximity to Major Traffic Generators & CA-65 Ramps
  • Great Access & Visibility w/ Unmatched Level of Consumer Traffic
  • Densely Populated Trade Area w/ ±79,506 People in 5-Miles
  • Great Exposure w/ Direct Main St Frontage
  • Highly Visible w/ Ample Parking & Easy Access
  • Busy Retail Growth Corridor | $68,715 Avg. Household Income (5 Mile)
  • Located Near Professional Offices, Banks, Restaurants & Shopping
  • ±74,086 Daytime Population Within 1 Mile Of The Subject Property
  • Well-Known Corner Retail Building w/ Large Corner Exposure/Signage
  • Easy Access from Surrounding Major Corridors
  • Ample Parking, Quality Tenants, & Great Exposure


Prime ±1,100 SF retail shop space in Downtown Porterville with existing water/drain improvements. Suite #11 W Oak (former Bakery) features wide open retail store with a rear storage /product area, private front restroom, rear office, additional rear storage with access in front, side, & rear, & new floor/paint. Suite #15 W Oak (former creamery) of ±676 SF consists of a wide open space & rear restroom. The space is located directly under the new County of Tulare District Attorney and Public Defender offices. Well-located in Porterville’s busiest retail destination corridor - Main & Olive - historically, serving the vast majority of Porterville’s residents. The property sits comfortably in Porterville’s primary retail corridor, and with its close proximity to a major highway access is easily accessible to motorists. Daytime population of nearly ±45,177 people within 2 miles of the subject property and located in close proximity to the new ±96,000 SF Porterville Courthouse.

Located in the center of Downtown Porterville off Main Street & Oak Ave. Strategically located in close proximity to the new County of Tulare District Attorney and Public Defender offices, and the 96K SF Porterville Courthouse, serving all of Porterville and surrounding communities of Strathmore, Lindsay, Ducor, Terra Bella, Richgrove, Springville, Woodville and the Tule River Indian Reservation. Property situated at the Southeast corner on Main St & Mill Ave. The property is located North of Oak Ave, South of Mill Ave, East of Main St and West of 2nd Street.

Its prime location in the bustling city center ensures not only high visibility but also easy access for both pedestrians and local shoppers. Surrounded by a dynamic blend of shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions, this retail space is strategically positioned to thrive in the energetic atmosphere of downtown Porterville, making it an ideal destination for businesses seeking a central and dynamic location.

Year Built: 1900
Building Size: 7326sq ft
Lot Size: 0.17 acres



Units for Lease

#11 W Oak
Space Available: 1400 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Month: $1.25
#15 W Oak
Space Available: 676 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Month: $1.25

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