Salon space is often sought-after due to the complexity and expense of the initial construction. Being that we live in an area that imposes impact fees on businesses whose consumption is above and beyond a “standard” business, there are water credits often associated with former salon spaces. These credits make opening businesses such as restaurants, bakeries, quick service food, massage, some medical practices, gyms, and even preschools much more affordable. The water impact fee can be in excess of twenty-five dollars per square foot which equates to about forty thousand dollars on a small take-out style (1,500 square foot) restaurant or average size salon. This cost is absorbed by the operator prior to opening the doors for business and even before construction can commence.
For this reason I often field calls from salon operators looking to expand within existing salon space. And with that, I introduce 2205 San Ramon Valley Boulevard, San Ramon.
Located on the busy San Ramon Valley Boulevard corridor this former salon offers exceptional visibility. Tucked between San Ramon and Danville, the center is hot spot for the surrounding neighborhoods offering a variety of services with ample parking and easy access. This would be an excellent fit for dental office, hair salon, nail salon, tanning salon, med-spa, or boutique gym.
Size: 3,000 square feet
Price: $2.15 per square foot, plus NNN expenses of $.50 per square foot
Comments: Located directly on San Ramon Valley Boulevard with excellent line of sight. Bright space with extensive glass. Two restrooms, over a dozen salon stations, and two treatment rooms. Affluent area between San Ramon and Danville.
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