4400 San Juan Ave.
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Pricing: $1.00 PSF + NNN

Fair Oaks
Sacramento County
APN: 242-0101-049
-/+1,127 SF to -/+1,335 SF
(Combined to -/+2,462 SF)
LC – Light Commercial

  • California is the fifth largest economy in the world with Sacramento being its capital. Historically known for its flooding, Sacramento is an intersecting point for both the American & Sacramento River at Discovery Park.
  • This capital city was founded in 1848 on the fertile agricultural soils located in the northern portion of the Central Valley, nrnwinn to nearly +/-1 nnn square miles.
  • The City of Sacramento has roughly 525,000 residents while entire Sacramento County has nearly 1,600,000 residents.
  • Sacramento County is home to numerous other populated and expanding metro areas: Elk Grove, Natomas, Rancho Cordova, & Citrus Heights.
  • With a reputation of being a small capital city compared to the much larger cities of L.A. & S.F, Sacramento continues to grow as the state population continues to decrease.
  • A majority of California’s state workers are employed within county limits while the capital city of California continues to see job growth and constant real estate development in both residential and commercial sectors, despite high interest rates.
  • This multi tenant retail center was constructed in 1990 and offers a flexible layout for various businesses with a large glass front window line to showcase products.
  • The building has +1- 2,462 SF available in total. The property sits on +1- 0.72 Acres and there is ample parking and tremendous street visibility on San Juan Ave.
  • Both spaces are positioned inline with tremendous glassline creating an inviting feel. The spaces have their own separate restrooms, rear access doors, and a semi open floor plan.
  • The center provides ample parking and convenient ingress and egress on to San Juan allowing for easy access to the building. The center is located near a signalized intersection.
  • The interior of the building is in a warm-shell condition with ample lighting and HVAC distributed throughout the space. The space provides plumbing and electrical and additional areas one could convert to an office or breakroom.
  • The center offers a tenant both building and monument signage, easy access to freeways and the American River Bike Trail.
Daniel Mueller

Executive Director
916 704 9341
CalDRE# 01829919

John Cardoza

Senior Director
916 228 1970
CalDRE# 01981862

Cameron Freelove

916 613 3899
CalDRE# 02092307

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