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This is a rare opportunity to purchase a free standing commercial building with excellent visibility off of the Lincoln Avenue corridor. The building sits on a 1.11 acre lot with over 25 off-street parking spaces and the opportunity to add additional parking if needed. Centrally located and equidistant from downtown and the ski resort, the former Bank Of The San Juans building has high-end finishes throughout, ADA accessibility, and a new boiler system. The transit oriented location is a short walk to the free bus stop and there are numerous nearby restaurants and retail amenities. This property has been very well maintained and is an ideal property for your business or as an investment. There is a great tenant occupying a portion of the top floor and a new owner has the flexibility to renegotiate a long term lease or use the space for their own needs. Select and custom office furniture is included with the purchase.
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Main Information

  • County: Routt
  • Property Type: Commercial Sale
  • Property Subtype: Retail
  • Built: 2005

Exterior Features

  • Approximate Lot SqFt: 48351.60
  • Roof: Composition, Membrane, Metal
  • Sewer: Public Sewer
  • Water Source: Public

Interior Features

Location Information

  • Area: Mountain Area
  • Legal Description: LOT 1 SUNDANCE NORTH VILLAGE
  • Parcel Number: R8169057


  • Building Name: Bank Of San Juans Building
  • Available Utilities: Cable Available, Electricity Available, Natural Gas Available, High Speed Internet Available, Phone Available, Sewer Connected
  • Days on Market: 24
  • Zoning Code: See Remarks

Financial Details

  • Current Tax Amount: $25,381
  • Current Tax Year: 2023

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