Valley Car Wash

7600 146th Street Apple Valley, MN 55124

7600 146th Street, Apple Valley, MN, 55124
7600 146th Street, Apple Valley, MN, 55124
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Apr 07, 2021


  • 8 coin-op self serve bays
  • 2 additional oversized bays currently used for storage, could easily be reactivated for additional income
  • Meticulously maintained, by one family/owner, since construction in 1974. Now on the path to retirement
  • Large site, at 33,541 square feet
  • Adjacent to the new Starbucks/Sleep Number development
  • Very accessible and visible from the fully signalized Cedar Avenue/147th Street intersection
  • Property Taxes (pay 2019) $15,625


Well-located operating self-serve car wash located in the heart of Apple Valley. 8 bays including 2 truck/trailer stations, all coin operated. Business and Real Estate for sale in this offering. Priced well below replacement cost. Located on the edge of the north Apple Valley redevelopment wave. For developers, this parcel is ideally situated for retail, office, medical office or mixed-use projects.

Enjoy all the benefits of a cash flowing business with strong community recognition and the tax benefits of real estate ownership.

location description

Year Built: 1974
Building Size: 6640sq ft
Lot Size: 0.77 acres

Map of 7600 146th Street, Apple Valley, MN, 55124

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