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615-625 W 2nd Street - $1,100,000.00
8,328 SQ/FT - 8 Unit mixed use retail-office storefront building
PRIME RIVERTOWN RETAIL & PROFESSIONAL OFFICE BUILDING
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER DELTA VIEW
ABUNDANT PARKING NEARBY
NEAR PROPOSED SAN FRANCISCO FERRY TERMINAL
ADJACENT TO ANTIOCH CITY HALL
615-625 W 2nd Street is a landmark mixed-use property located in Antioch's historic Riverfront District. There are two parcels and two, 2-story buildings that are situated on a total of 7,350 square foot parcel with a total of 8,328 rentable square feet. Ideally suited for investors, professionals and entrepreneurs, this historic property has been renovated and revitalized with well-apportioned space featuring three (3) ground floor retail spaces and eight (8) offices upstairs. Rivertown feel with masonry and wood construction, high ceilings, crown molding, with stair access to second floor. Abundant large windows allow for views of the San Joaquin River Delta and invite great natural light and breezes. Relaxing riverfront setting with water features and beautiful landscaping. Prominent retail tenants include a new bakery, cafe and collectible store.
Located in the heart of Antioch's Rivertown District, the area is a mix of quality business establishments and entertainment with historic architecture and unparalleled views of the water. The property is also prominently known as the The Meinken & Heidorn buildings, adjacent to abundant municipal parking, Antioch City Hall and directly across the street from the El Campanil Theatre. Nearby boat harbor / marina, Amtrak train station and recreation. Plans are in the works for a Northern Contra Costa County waterfront master plan featuring a new ferry passenger terminal to provide service from Antioch waterfront to San Francisco. Antioch is bordered by the east Contra Costa County communities of Oakley to the east, Brentwood to the southeast and Pittsburg to the west with convenient freeway access to Highway-4 and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Chris Steele, Broker Associate