|SQ. FT. Available||2,900|
The property, less than a mile from I-5, is in the heart of Orange County. With a nearly perfect climate, Orange County boasts parks and beaches with plenty of outdoor activities, attracting tourists and Californians alike. Additionally, the County’s prominent shopping malls, Knotts Berry Farm, Disneyland, and Anaheim Convention Center aid in its tourism offerings. The site sits mere minutes on foot from picturesque historic Camino Capistrano, contributing to the old-fashioned charm of the area, with its many shops, restaurants, and cafes. This property’s location has the potential to benefit from the local attraction, Mission San Juan Capistrano, which is credited as the “birthplace” of Orange County and hosts 300,000 annual visitors found only 500 feet away from the available site.
Home to multiple company headquarters including Allergan, Edwards Lifesciences, Ingram Micro, Linksys, Blizzard Entertainment and regional company headquarters for Cypress, Hyundai, Mazda, Toshiba, Toyota, Samsung, KIA Motors, Orange County’s diversified workforce contributes to its robust economy and thriving business community. Moreover, from 2010 to 2018, Orange County has experienced a 6.50% rise in the local population and is currently home to 3.2 million residents. The flourishing economy is reflected in the county’s affluent neighborhoods, boasting a median household income over $105,000 and a median home value over $815,000. With such affluent demographics, strong economy and ideal location, this property offers an ideal mix of attributes prime for an incoming enterprise.
ONLINE AUCTION: November 29
OPENING BID: $750,000
Featuring a prominent location, the facility is footsteps from the jewel of the area, the Mission San Juan Capistrano, regarded as the "birthplace" of San Juan Capistrano. Ideally positioned, the property sits mere minutes from picturesque historic Camino Capistrano. Benefiting from the old-fashioned charm of the area, it is close to the many shops, restaurants, and cafes of this highly sought-after neighborhood. The Woman’s Club has used the current space as a community venue for renting and hosting art shows, auctions, farmer's markets, and fundraising events. In addition, numerous clubs and nonprofit organizations have reaped the benefits of utilizing this space for their own activities. Currently zoned public and institutional, this property is well suited for a variety of future uses including: banquet hall, catering facility, fraternal organization, church, school, daycare, art gallery, museum/office park, or youth/community center.
First constructed in 1960, the property has undergone various renovations and remodels, with the most recent completed in 2016. The property features a large open space ideal for group gatherings, as well as a commercial kitchen equipped with a six-burner stove, range hood, flat-top grill, fryers, plenty of prep counter space, and a built-in commercial P.A. system perfect for hosting events. The site features 22 designated parking spaces, with a free city parking lot adjacent to the site that can accommodate overflow.