Land•Retail•For Sale

1.237 Acre Redevelopment Opportunity

41 S Navy Boulevard and 4151 thru 4171 Barrancas Avenue, Pensacola, Florida 32507

Sale Price $750,000
Sale Type Development
Zoning Commercial
Bldg Type Multi-Tenant
Class C
Status Existing
Year Renovated 1985
Vacancy 85%
Gross Bldg 13,406 SqFt
Land Area 1.24 Acres
Improvements This 1.24 acre site is comprise of two tax parcels, and includes frontage on Barrancas Avenue, South Navy Boulevard, Commerce Street, and South 1st Street. Great location near entrance to NAS, and in close proximity to the Pensacola Country Club, and just minutes from Downtown Pensacola. The site includes street parking along Barrancas Avenue.
Land Use Redevelopment
Market Pensacola
Sub-Market Warrington
This high visibility property has a great location with frontage on Navy Blvd, Barrancas Av, Central and S. 1st Street near main entrance to NAS! The property is currently improved with a multi-tenant retail building and 1 unit apartments, and a separate drive-thru restaurant; but the value is in the land! Escambia County has indicated the existing buildings have no historical significance and can be removed from the site, however, buyers are urged to confirm all information. Please contact Lisa Bradley, the listing agent, for additional information. This 1.24 acre site is comprised of two tax parcels and includes frontage on Barrancas Avenue, South Navy Boulevard, Commerce Street, and South 1st Street. Great location at the main entrance to NAS, in close proximity to the Pensacola Country Club, and just minutes from Downtown Pensacola. High traffic count, 23,000 AADT (Navy), 24,000 AADT (Barrancas) per FDOT average annual daily traffic. Strong retail corridor.
  • High Visibility Site
  • High Traffic Counts
  • Located at Main Entrance to Naval Air Station
  • Frontage on 3 Streets
2/27/2020 12:12:24 AM 3/4/2020 7:09:23 PM
Lisa D. Bradley
Advisor
SVN | SouthLand Commercial
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