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At the crossroads of Daly City, San Francisco and Brisbane is Pacific Place -- an exciting opportunity for retailers in the emerging Bayshore Commercial District. This 5 story, 72-unit residential building boasts 2 ground floor retail spaces; 1,960 square feet and 10,277 square feet. The property, located between Mission Street and Bayshore Boulevard, prominently sits on Geneva Avenue, a main access point to Daly City, Brisbane and the San Francisco neighborhoods of Excelsior, Outer Mission, Visitacion Valley and Bayview. Already serving a diverse population of 275,000 within a 3-mile radius, this central up-and-coming district of Daly City is attracting young professionals from all corners of the Bay Area, and quickly earning a reputation as the next ‘it’ community for urban growth.
SPACE 1: + / - 10,277 SQ. FT.
A sweeping commercial space offering prime exposure to the well-trafficked Geneva Avenue. High dramatic ceilings and a wide-windowed façade create a spacious and commanding ambiance from ceiling to floor.
This is the perfect opportunity for value-focused, and neighborhood servicing retailers, such as fitness centers, mid-sized specialty grocery stores, and pharmacies.
Thirty on-site parking spaces are available with the potential for expansion.
SPACE 2: + / - 1,960 SQ. FT.
With nice, high ceilings and abundant natural light, this sizeable space is an adaptable and welcoming setting for a myriad of retail ventures.
One of the property’s most coveted attributes is a spacious front patio that is perfect for outdoor seating in sunny Daly City. It is the ideal location and ambiance for a cafe or teahouse.
On-site parking is also available.
- Ground floor retail of 72-unit 100% fully leased residential building
- Newer construction (built in 2008)
- Great corner location
- 30 on-site parking spaces available
- Exposed high ceilings with the potential to build additional storage
- Tenant improvement allowance provided
Excelsior runs along Mission Street, south of the 280 and north of Geneva Avenue. This neighborhood was once home to Grateful Dead singer/guitarist Jerry Garcia, and today hosts the annual "Jerry Day," drawing thousands of celebrants to John McLaren Park and the lovely Jerry Garcia Amphitheater. The Excelsior Festival, for the purpose of drawing people together in a family-friendly environment, pays homage to this neighborhood's cultural diversity. Another claim to fame is the filming of Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, the award-winning 1967 movie. The Excelsior Playground boasts vivid murals along with the tennis courts and recreation center, and the 56-acre Crocker-Amazon Park offers basketball, tennis and bocce ball courts as well as baseball and soccer fields. Local businesses, such as the acclaimed Tortas Boos Voni eatery and the hip Broken Record Bar, sit comfortably alongside young families and old-time residents.