Car Wash Structure in Good Shape

Retail-Commercial for Sale
Catylist Listing ID: 26297737
Property Subtypes: Car Wash, Convenience Store, Free-Standing Building, Street Retail, Other
Building Size (RSF): 35,284 SF
Gross Building Area: See Agent
Gross Land Area: 0.81 Acres
Sale Price: $375,000
Unit Price: $10.63 PSF
Property Use Type: Investment, Vacant/Owner-User
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 10/18/2017

Overview / Comments

Former Car Wash on Creighton Road between Sanders and Marie.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent
County: Escambia
Tax ID/APN: 311S302215000001
Zoning: COMM
Property Located Between: Davis Hwy. and 9th Ave.
Road Type: Paved
Property Visibility: Excellent
Largest Nearby Street: Creighton Road
Feet of Frontage: 120
Traffic/Vehicle Count: 20,900
Highway Access: Close to Davis Hwy., just minutes South of I-10.
Airports: Pensacola International
Site Description: Excellent visibility directly on Creighton Rd.
Area Description: High traffic area with many successful businesses. Between Davis Hwy. and 9th Ave.
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Property Condition: Good
Construction/Siding: Block
Parking Type: Surface
Zoning Description: Sec. 3-2.10 - Commercial district (Com). (a) Purpose. The commercial (Com) district establishes appropriate areas and land use regulations for general commercial activities, especially the retailing of commodities and services. The primary intent of the district is to allow more diverse and intense commercial uses than the neighborhood commercial allowed within the mixed-use districts. To maintain compatibility with surrounding uses, all commercial operations within the commercial district are limited to the confines of buildings and not allowed to produce undesirable effects on surrounding property. To retain adequate area for commercial activities, new and expanded residential development within the district is limited, consistent with the commercial (C) future land use category. (b) Permitted uses. Permitted uses within the commercial district are limited to the following: (1) Residential. The following residential uses are allowed throughout the district, but if within the commercial (C) future land use category they are permitted only if part of a predominantly commercial development: a. Group living, excluding dormitories, fraternity and sorority houses, and residential facilities providing substance abuse treatment, post-incarceration reentry, or similar services. b. Manufactured (mobile) homes, including new or expanded manufactured home parks or subdivisions. c. Single-family dwellings (other than manufactured homes), detached or attached, including townhouses and zero lot line subdivisions. d. Two-family and multifamily dwellings. See also conditional uses in this district. Retail sales. Retail sales, including sales of alcoholic beverages and automotive fuels, but excluding motor vehicle sales and permanent outdoor storage. See also conditional uses in this district. (3) Retail services. The following retail services, excluding permanent outdoor storage: a. Car washes, automatic or manual, full service or self-serve. b. Child care facilities. c. Hotels, motels and all other public lodging, including boarding and rooming houses. d. Personal services, including those of beauty shops, health clubs, pet groomers, dry cleaners and tattoo parlors. e. Professional services, including those of realtors, bankers, accountants, engineers, architects, dentists, physicians, and attorneys. f. Repair services, including appliance repair, furniture refinishing and upholstery, watch and jewelry repair, small engine and motor services, but excluding major motor vehicle or boat service or repair, and outdoor work. g. Restaurants and brewpubs, including on-premises consumption of alcoholic beverages, drive-in and drive-through service, and brewpubs with the distribution of on-premises produced alcoholic beverages for off-site sales. The parcel boundary of any restaurant or brewpub with drive-in or drive-through service shall be at least 200 feet from any LDR or MDR zoning district unless separated by a 50-foot or wider street right-of-way. See also conditional uses in this district. (4) Public and civic. a. Broadcast stations with satellite dishes and antennas, including towers. b. Cemeteries, including family cemeteries. c. Community service facilities, including auditoriums, libraries, museums, and neighborhood centers. d. Educational facilities, including preschools, K-12, colleges, and vocational schools. e. Emergency service facilities, including law enforcement, firefighting, and medical assistance. f. Foster care facilities. g. Funeral establishments. h. Hospitals. i. Offices for government agencies or public utilities. j. Places of worship. k. Public utility structures, including telecommunications towers, but excluding any industrial uses. l. Warehousing or maintenance facilities for government agencies or for public utilities. See also conditional uses in this district. (5) Recreation and entertainment. a. Campgrounds and recreational vehicle parks on lots five acres or larger. b. Indoor recreation or entertainment facilities, including movie theaters, bowling alleys, skating rinks, arcade amusement centers, bingo facilities and shooting ranges, but excluding bars, nightclubs or adult entertainment facilities. c. Marinas, private and commercial. d. Parks without permanent restrooms or outdoor event lighting. See also conditional uses in this district. (6) Industrial and related. a. Printing, binding, lithography and publishing. b. Wholesale warehousing with gross floor area 10,000 square feet or less per lot. See also conditional uses in this district. (7) Agricultural and related. a. Agricultural food production primarily for personal consumption by the producer, but no farm animals. b. Nurseries and garden centers, including adjoining outdoor storage or display of plants. c. Veterinary clinics. See also conditional uses in this district. (8) Other uses. a. Billboard structures. b. Outdoor storage if minor and customarily incidental to the allowed principal use, and if in the rear yard, covered, and screened from off-site view, unless otherwise noted. c. Parking garages and lots, commercial. d. Self-storage facilities, excluding vehicle rental. (c) Conditional uses. Through the conditional use process prescribed in chapter 2, the BOA may conditionally allow the following uses within the commercial district: (1) Residential. a. Group living not among the permitted uses of the district. b. Home occupations with nonresident employees. (2) Retail sales. a. Boat sales, new and used. b. Automobile sales, used autos only, excluding parcels fronting on any of the following streets: Sorrento Road/Gulf Beach Highway/Barrancas Avenue (SR 292); Blue Angel Parkway (SR 173); Pine Forest Road, south from Interstate 10 to State Road 173; Navy Boulevard (SR 295 and US 98); and Scenic Highway (SR 10A and US 90). Additionally, the parcel shall be no larger than one acre and provided with a permanent fence, wall, or other structural barrier of sufficient height and mass along all road frontage to prevent encroachment into the right-of-way other than through approved site access. c. Automobile rental limited to the same restrictions as used automobile sales. d. Utility trailer, heavy truck (gross vehicle weight rating more than 8,500 lbs.), and recreational vehicle sales, rental, or service limited to the same restrictions as used automobile sales. (3) Retail services. Service and repair of motor vehicles, small scale (gross floor area 6,000 square feet or less per lot), excluding painting and body work and outdoor work and storage. (4) Public and civic. a. Cemeteries, including family cemeteries. b. Clubs, civic and fraternal. c. Cinerators. d. Homeless shelters. (5) Recreation and entertainment. a. Bars and nightclubs. b. Golf courses, tennis centers, swimming pools and similar active outdoor recreational facilities, including associated country clubs. c. Parks with permanent restrooms or outdoor event lighting. (6) Industrial and related. a. Borrow pits and reclamation activities 20 acres minimum and (subject to local permit and development review requirements per Escambia County Code of Ordinances, part I, chapter 42, article VIII, and land use and regulations in part III, the land development code, chapter 4. * Borrow pits are prohibited on land zoned GMD prior to the adoption of the commercial (Com) zoning. b. Microbreweries, microdistilleries, microwineries. (7) Agricultural and related. Horses or other domesticated equines kept on site, and stables for such animals, only as a private residential accessory with a minimum lot area of two acres and a maximum of one animal per acre. (8) Other uses. a. Outdoor sales not among the permitted uses of the district. b. Outdoor storage not among the permitted uses of the district, including outdoor storage of trailered boats and operable recreational vehicles, but no repair, overhaul, or salvage activities. All such storage shall be screened from residential uses and maintained to avoid nuisance conditions. c. Self-storage facilities, including vehicle rental as an accessory use. d. Structures of permitted uses exceeding the district structure height limit. (d) Site and building requirements. The following site and building requirements apply to uses within the commercial district: (1) Density. A maximum density of 25 dwelling units per acre. Lodging unit density not limited by zoning. (2) Floor area ratio. A maximum floor area ratio of 1.0 within the commercial (C) future land use category and 2.0 within mixed-use urban (MU-U). (3) Structure height. A maximum structure height of 150 feet above adjacent grade. (4) Lot area. No minimum lot area unless prescribed by use. (5) Lot width. Except for cul-de-sac lots which shall provide a minimum lot width of 20 feet at the street right-of-way, the following minimum lot widths are required: a. Single-family detached. Forty feet at the street right-of-way for single-family detached dwellings. b. Two-family. Eighty feet at the street right-of-way for two-family dwellings. c. Multi-family and other. Eighty feet at the street right-of-way for multi-family dwellings, boarding or rooming houses, or townhouse groups. No minimum lot width required by zoning for other uses. (6) Lot coverage. Minimum pervious lot coverage of 15 percent (85 percent maximum semi-impervious and impervious cover) for all uses. (7) Structure setback. For all principal structures, minimum setbacks are: a. Front and rear. Fifteen feet in both front and rear. b. Sides. Ten feet on each side, including any group of attached townhouses. For structures exceeding 35 feet above highest adjacent grade, an additional two feet for each additional ten feet in height. (8) Other requirements. Refer to chapters 4 and 5 for additional development regulations and standards. (e) Location criteria. All new nonresidential uses proposed within the commercial district that are not part of a planned unit development or not identified as exempt by the district shall be on parcels that satisfy at least one of the following location criteria: (1) Proximity to intersection. Along an arterial or collector street and within one-quarter mile of its intersection with an arterial street. (2) Proximity to traffic generator. Along an arterial or collector street and within a one-quarter mile radius of an individual traffic generator of more than 600 daily trips, such as an apartment complex, military base, college campus, hospital, shopping mall or similar generator. (3) Infill development. Along an arterial or collector street, in an area where already established nonresidential uses are otherwise consistent with the commercial district, and where the new use would constitute infill development of similar intensity as the conforming development on surrounding parcels. Additionally, the location would promote compact development and not contribute to or promote strip commercial development. (4) Site design. Along an arterial or collector street, no more than one-half mile from its intersection with an arterial or collector street, not abutting a single-family residential zoning district (RR, LDR or MDR), and all of the following site design conditions: a. Any intrusion into a recorded subdivision is limited to a corner lot. b. A system of service roads or shared access is provided to the maximum extent made feasible by lot area, shape, ownership patterns, and site and street characteristics. c. Adverse impacts to any adjoining residential uses are minimized by placing the more intensive elements of the use, such as solid waste dumpsters and truck loading/unloading areas, furthest from the residential uses. (5) Documented compatibility. A compatibility analysis prepared by the applicant provides competent substantial evidence of unique circumstances regarding the potential uses of parcel that were not anticipated by the alternative criteria, and the proposed use, or rezoning as applicable, will be able to achieve long-term compatibility with existing and potential uses. Additionally, the following conditions exist: a. The parcel has not been rezoned by the landowner from the mixed-use, commercial, or industrial zoning assigned by the county. b. If the parcel is within a county redevelopment district, the use will be consistent with the district's adopted redevelopment plan, as reviewed and recommended by the community redevelopment agency (CRA). (f) Rezoning to commercial. Commercial zoning may be established only within the mixed-use suburban (MU-S) mixed-use urban (MU-U), or commercial (C) future land use categories. The district is appropriate to provide transitions between areas zoned or used as high density mixed-use and areas zoned or used as heavy commercial or industrial. Rezoning to commercial is subject to the same location criteria as any new nonresidential use proposed within the commercial district. (Ord. No. 2015-12, § 1(Exh. A), 4-16-2015; Ord. No. 2015-56, § 4, 12-10-2015; Ord. No. 2016-02, § 2, 1-7-2016; Ord. No. 2016-31, § 1, 8-4-2016)
Lot Frontage: 120
Lot Depth: 325
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal
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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 8,457 65,814 148,265
Median Age: 35.34 37.65 38.18
Households: 3,940 27,547 60,217
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