N. Riverside & Lowdermilk St.

Retail-Commercial for Lease
Catylist Listing ID: 30054302
Property Subtypes: Convenience Store, Day Care Facility, Free-Standing Building, Garden Center, Mixed Use, Restaurant, Retail-Pad, Street Retail, Tavern/Bar/Nightclub, Vehicle Related, Other
Building Status: Proposed
Contiguous Space: 1,500 SF
Gross Building Area: 14,000 SF
Gross Land Area: 1.41 Acres
Lease Rate: See Agent
Lease Types: See Agent
Last Updated: 12/7/2018

Overview / Comments

High volume established retail trade area.
Surrounded by national co-tenancy.
Adjoins Walmart Supercenter and Lowe's Home Improvement.
High traffic counts.

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Suite: A-2 1,500 SF See Agent
Space Available: 1,500 SF
Lease Rate: See Agent
Lease Type: NNN,Absolute Gross
Space Subcategory: Power Center, Neighborhood Center
Date Available: 2/1/2018
Lease Term: 60 Months
Space Type: New
CAM Expenses $3.50 PSF (Annual)

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Española
County: Rio Arriba
Retail Clientele: General, Family, Business, Traveler, Tourist, Recreation, Convention, Casino
Property Visibility: Excellent
Largest Nearby Street: N. Riverside Drive
Traffic/Vehicle Count: 19,000
Area Description: Espańola Valley lies along the Rio Grande River within the historic counties of Rio Arriba and Santa Fe, it encompasses the centuries-old Santa Clara and Ohkay Owingeh Pueblos who’s people have nurtured the land long before the coming of European settlers, 1998 marked the quatercentenary of Colonial Hispanic influence in Northern New Mexico and in Espańola Valley. The founding of the first capitol in 1598 at Yungue Uingue Pueblo near the confluence of what would be known as the Chama and Rio Grande Rivers was called San Gabriel. It was here that the first Spanish settlement in Nuevo Mexico was established on the Camino Real trade route traversing the route from Mexico to Ohkay Owengeh; and the original Espańola consisted of 5 communities Santa Cruz de la Canada, Santo Nino, San Pedro, La Vega de Los Vigils and Corral de Tierra more known today as the Beautiful Espanola Valley. Espanola Valley honors and supports cultural diversity, including the strong roots of Hispanic and Native American culture which make up the rich tapestry of traditions found in their many restaurants with traditional Northern New Mexico cuisine and Old Mexico favorites with a touch of 21st Century breweries and wineries. Hotels and bed and breakfasts are unique and convenient to our neighboring cities Taos and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Tenancy: Multiple Tenants
Total Number of Buildings: 2
Number of Stories: 1
Property Condition: Excellent
Year Built: 2018
Parking Type: Surface

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 2,507 16,365 20,432
Median Age: 35.85 36.87 37.49
Households: 953 6,364 7,914
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