SEC Esplanade @ Santa Fe

SEC Esplanade @ Santa Fe San Jacinto, CA 92583

SEC Esplanade @ Santa Fe, San Jacinto, CA, 92583
SEC Esplanade @ Santa Fe, San Jacinto, CA, 92583
Property Type:
Commercial Land Development
Last Verified:
Jan 22, 2021


  • +/- 3.21 acres
  • South East Corner of Esplanade @ Santa Fe
  • Commercial General (CG) zoning
  • ADT +/-19,403 (source STDB)
  • Signalized Corner
  • Curbs and Gutter in place
  • Many allowable and conditional uses that are accessible to transit corridor.
  • Service station / convenience stores


+/- 3.21 acres vacant lot at the South East Corner of Esplanade @ Santa Fe. ADT +/-19,403 (source STDB). The zoning is Commercial General (CG) in the city of San Jacinto which may allow for a wide range of retail sales, professional and business that are accessible to transit corridor which. allows for a variety of uses including but not limited to - service station / convenience stores, Industry, manufacturing and warehouse uses, mixed retail and commercial use, Child day care facilities, Vehicle rental and sales. (Some uses require a Conditional use permit). Conceptual drawings for a flex building shows the possibilities.

In the City of San Jacinto - Esplanade Between San Jacinto and Buena Vista

Lot Size: 3.21 acres

Map of SEC Esplanade @ Santa Fe, San Jacinto, CA, 92583

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