The site is .1 miles away from the 101 Freeway and .4 miles from the 10 Freeway. La Guadalupe is less than a mile away from Downtown Los Angeles, across the historic 1st street bridge.
The project is surrounded by regional amenities such as a metro station, housing developments, hospital, schools, parks, banks, etc.
Designed in modern architecture with the ground floor wrapped in brick to match historic buildings in the area. The project also incorporates a mural with an Otomi pattern.
13 parking spaces dedicated to commercial uses only plus ample street and bicycle parking.
Located immediately across from Mariachi Plaza and Metro’s Gold Line Station.
Great opportunity for a local business looking to relocate or an existing small business to grow.
THE TRADE AREA
“La Guadalupe” is situated directly across the street from the Historic Mariachi Plaza and Metro’s Gold Line station on the southeast corner of East First Street and Boyle Avenue in Boyle Heights (Los Angeles), California.
The Ground Floor Retail is a total of 7,100 Square Feet that can be subdivided into one two or three suites. The spaces have been designed to allow for retail or restaurant uses.
Traffic count at the intersection of 1st and Boyle is 17,171, 123,000 at the 101 Freeway exit and 127,655 at the nearby Santa Ana Freeway exit.
The project is across the street from the regional White Memorial Hospital with 1,879 employees, nearly 700 volunteers, 462 physicians, and 86 medical residents.
Boyle Heights is a historically Hispanic community which is over 90 percent Latino, rich in culture, music, and the art that brings together the community and mariachi lovers.
356,700 people within a 3-mile radius with average household income of $60,000.