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Signal Hill Value-Add Opportunity

2799 E Willow Street Signal Hill, CA 90755

2799 E Willow Street, Signal Hill, CA, 90755
2799 E Willow Street, Signal Hill, CA, 90755
Property Type:
Free Standing Building
Last Verified:
Oct 12, 2020

Property Type - Retail
Sub Type - Value Add
Investment Type - Owner/User
Investment Sub Type - Single Tenant
Square Footage - 1,253
Price/Sq Ft - $510.77
Occupancy Date - 06/12/2020
Year Built - 1976
Stories - 
Zoning - CI
Lot Size (sq ft) - 5,130
APN - 7212-021-016
Ownership - Fee Simple

Marketing Description

The Property Presents An Ideal Opportunity For A Value Add Investor Or Owner User To Reposition The Freestanding Building To A Retail, Office, Or Industrial Future. Fantastic location on a signalized corner. 

  • Heavily Trafficked Retail Corridor Location (43,550 VPD @ E Willow St & Temple Ave)
  • Strong Identity With Hard Corner Exposure And Ample Signage
  • Flexible Zoning (CI) Allows For A Wide Range Of Future Uses
  • 1,253 SF Single Story Freestanding Former Liquor Store Which Sits On A +/ 5,130 SF (0.12 Acre) Parcel.
  • The Properties CI (Commercial Industrial) Zoning Allows A Wide Range Of Commercial Uses.
  • Easy Ingress And Egress From Temple Ave and Willow Street

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