Restaurant Pad Available for Lease

2611 El Cajon Boulevard San Diego, CA 92104

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Last Verified:
May 09, 2017


  • Restaurant includes 26 dedicated parking spots.
  • Some kitchen equipment included; bathrooms are ADA compliant.
  • The kitchen/prep/office is about 1,500 SF, and the dining room is approximately 2,339 SF.
  • Max occupancy is 108 persons.
  • Opportunity for drive-thru and patio is available. Lighted, rotating sign on El Cajon Boulevard.
  • Neighboring tenants include national tenants: McDonald's, Starbucks, Taco Bell; as well as local tenants in this upcoming neighborhood.
  • Great opportunity to join one of San Diego's busiest neighborhoods with an eclectic mix of nightlife, dining, and entertainment.


Minimum of 5 year lease with options available. NNN lease.

Located on the northwest corner of El Cajon Boulevard and Hamilton Street. El Cajon Boulevard is a six-lane historic thoroughfare with a traffic count of 35,000+ vehicles daily. Site is proximal to highway 163 and interstates 8 and 805. A short walk to one of San Diego's trendiest neighborhoods North Park.

Year Built: 1971
Building Size: 3839.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.39 acres

Units for Lease

Lease Type: NNN
Price Per Sqft/Year: $27.0

Map of 2611 El Cajon Boulevard, San Diego, CA, 92104


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