364 S. Livermore Ave., Livermore, CA
If you have been around Livermore for a few years you might remember this building as the Magoo’s Pizza spot. Once undergoing some much-needed renovations, it then became Casa Mexico Market. After a two-year run, the market has left and the space is available for lease.
The 3,500 square foot building has greatly improved from facade changes and completely renovated interior. Boasting two new ADA restrooms, a food prep area with floor drains, a three-compartment sink, health code approved flooring and wall coverings, a grease interceptor on site, and a large storage area – the space is sparkling and ready to move-in.
Added bonuses include the hard to find dedicated parking lot, highly visible location, easy access from 4th Street or S. Livermore, ABC license to sell beer & wine, and daily traffic counts exceeding 16,500 cars a day.
Traditionally the downtown specific plan calls for this area to be either residential or office uses, but thanks to a Conditional Use Permit from the City of Livermore, this site is zoned to allow for a variety of retail uses too.
“Merchant Hall” zoning allows for specialty markets, grocery stores, butcher shops, or a deli. I think this site would lend very well to winery tasting room that may sell other vineyard accessories, or perhaps something catered toward to growing micro-brew culture?
For more information contact me! Jessica Stewart 925.737.4168 or firstname.lastname@example.org