Quaint Retail or Office along S 1st Corridor in CORE SOUTH AUSTIN

2612 S 1st St Austin, TX 78704

FOR SALE
Property Type:
Free Standing Building
Amount:
$650,000
Last Verified:
May 15, 2019

Highlights

  • Stand Alone Commercial | GR Zoning
  • Renovated in 2016 for retail, cafe or restaurant
  • Frontage along S 1st Corridor
  • Over 25,000 Vehicles/Day
  • Move in Ready Interior
  • Possible Cafe or Small Restaurant

Description

Great Commercial location in CORE SOUTH AUSTIN S 1st Corridor, the new Lamar and S Congress. Boasting 25,000+ Vehicles/day and fast growing surrounding development in the area. Current zoning is GR with
several retail, office, restaurant and other commercial uses. Prime visibility and
demographics make the S 1st corridor the next Lamar and Congress development
corridor in core South Austin. Also good potential for cafe or small restaurant.

Great Commercial location in CORE SOUTH AUSTIN S 1st Corridor, the new Lamar and S Congress. Boasting 25,000+ Vehicles/day and fast growing surrounding development in the area. Current zoning is GR with
several retail, office, restaurant and other commercial uses. Prime visibility and
demographics make the S 1st corridor the next Lamar and Congress development
corridor in core South Austin.


Year Built: 1940
Building Size: 936.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.17 acres

Map of 2612 S 1st St, Austin, TX, 78704

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