VICTORVILLE – The clothing store once known as Bleached, behind the Route 66 museum, is selling for $299,900. The commercial property is in an area set to receive improvements as outlined in the City’s revitalization plan that “encourages new businesses and jobs to locate in Old Town…and to promote an attractive and pedestrian-oriented Old Town that reflects its historic character.”
A mixed use commercial property is either a building or a land development that includes both residential and commercial space. The property, located at 16822 C Street,
consists of 3 units each with its own bathroom. According to the real estate listing, the owner has done major upgrades – new roof and a new HVAC. The property also has a stage that can be used as a production venue. The property is currently owner-occupied.
This is a high traffic area with the Victor Valley Transit station located nearby.
The City of Victorville’s Old Town Specific Plan was initially adopted in 1995 and “represents a blueprint for growth over the next 20-30 years.” The city, in 2021, created a new Community Revitalization Investment Authority Board that will have the ability to use the tax from rising property values within the revitalization area to fund activities including:
- Infrastructure improvements
- Low-and-moderate income housing development
- Acquisition of real property
- Loans or grants to owners or tenants to improve, rehabilitate, or retrofit buildings or structures
- Assistance to businesses
For more information about the mixed use property for sale visit: https://commercial.century21.com/listing/16822-c-street-victorville-ca-92395-REN018876501