Roark O'Neill presents:


$ 5,700,000
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1002 77th Ave was built in 1952 and is centrally located between highway 880 & 580 for easy freeway access. The property is walking distance to BART and the Oakland Coliseum. The property is comprised of three buildings totaling +/- 23,700 square feet situated on a +/-41,884 square foot lot with the following features:

  • +/-14' clear height Main Building wood frame construction divides well into three separate bays
  • 1 recessed Dock, 3 Drive-In doors
  • +/-1200 square feet of office
  • +/-1782 square feet loft area
  • Employee locker room
  • +/-13' clear height Building 2 concrete block construction with open space and 2 Drive-In doors
  • Building 2 and Building 3 are interconnected
  • +/-10' clear height Building 3 wood frame construction with open space and sliding door
  • Sprinklered throughout
  • Heavy 3 Phase Power
  • Exterior asphalt parking in front of Main Building with large asphalt rear yard with access to all 3 buildings
  • Located within Opportunity Zone -
  • Located within Green Zone -
  • 2014 Phase Two Environmental Report with no further action required
  • Roof recently sealed with APOC Silver Coating
  • Seller to lease back for six months following close of escrow
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1002 77th Avenue

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