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Price Check: 37 Washington Blvd

Price Check: 37 Washington Blvd. $1,650,000. Hit up George Gross at Coldwell Banker. (310) 586-0344

37 Washington Blvd. Venice 90291

A net leased retail building in the unique 1st block of Washington Blvd near the Venice Beach Pier. The building has historically been used as a restaurant and now a retail store leased to a local family since 1997. It is currently configured as an open showroom with storage and restrooms toward the rear and a flight of stairs leading to the open rooftop deck area above.

Approximately 1,560 square foot building on an approximately 1,889 square foot lot (per public records). Property is currently leased through April 2013. Lease rate is $52,800 per year, triple net and increased annually.

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