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Grass Valley is nestled in the Sierra Nevada foothills only one hour from both Lake Tahoe & Sacramento. Located below the snow line & above the fog for the perfect 4-season climate. Within 90 minutes of 4 major universities (UC Davis, CS Chico, CS Sacto & UN Reno) & 2 intl. airports (Sacto & Reno). Nevada County’s economy has effectively transitioned from mining/logging/construction to video tech, digital media & other high-tech industries, balanced by national-caliber arts & entertainment sectors. With superb schools & multiple national awards relating to unbeatable quality of life, the region continues to attract residents & businesses from nearby Sacramento & the Bay Area.
Downtown Grass Valley is a dynamic and thriving 4 block commercial district which forms the centerpiece of Grass Valley. Located only 2 blocks from the freeway, it houses beautifully restored Victorian-era buildings together with mining and art deco inspired structures. This authentic Gold Rush town has become a hub of retail, cultural and professional activity which is reflected in the under 5% street-level vacancy. Downtown has an active Merchants Association and recently underwent a million dollar street renovation project.
This expansive 5,100sf space occupies the entire 4th floor of the iconic Masonic Temple building in historic downtown Grass Valley. The floor plan is primarily open with hardwood floors, lending itself perfectly to a wellness studio (yoga, pilates, dance etc.) However, it could also be adapted to office use with the addition of cubicles. A recently installed HVAC system provides separately metered climate control for the entire floor and there are also ceiling fans throughout. The 4th floor is conveniently accessed either by elevator or stairs. The space has a light, airy feeling as well as the character you would expect in a historic building. There are two large municipal parking lots in the immediate vicinity as well as street parking. Caroline's Coffee is in the building just steps away and Mill Street is one short block.