Who doesn’t need more storage space? More parking probably would be nice too. If you think Shoreline/North City/Lake Forest Park/Bothell area is good location for an office or just private storage, I may have a good deal for you. Subject property is currently used as a retail store zoned residential multifamily.

N. City storage, office & prkg

Lower Level 2,400 Square Feet


Upper Level 800 Square Feet Proposed Tenant Improvement

This private offering could be a blessing for a start-up or stabilized business model. What makes this opportunity so exciting is your ability to custom suit your business needs where office, parking and storage is affordably available. Location is within close proximity of main Highways I-5, 99, 405 and public transportation.

ability to custom suit your business needs

Ground-level unit able to accommodate parking for 5-10 vehicles. Includes kitchen, bath, office and huge storage space.

This lease could be of great service to a North Seattle general contractor or any other general business like cab service that needs parking and storage. Retail and consulting business models are possible depending upon usage and how you feel.

A street-level convenience store is above storage space and occupies most of the upper level. Proposed street level office shown above is space the convenience store is not using. The space is already partitioned and ready for a new tenant.

Interested? Call 206-245-0159 or email – viccipe@gmail.com

Private entry with ample Parking

Private entry with parking

Kitchenette Entry Restroom

Kitchenette, Entry, Restroom

Side Entry Interior

Side Entry Interior

Open canvas of possibilities as primary or alternate site for your business operations. Email viccipe@gmail.com for more info.

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Collection Street Cross Street Traffic Vol Year Distance
15th Ave NE
NE 196th St S
0.05 mi
15th Ave NE
14th Ave NE SW
0.06 mi
NE 196th St
NE 195th St SW
0.07 mi
14th Ave NE
NE 195th St S
0.10 mi
15th Ave NE
NE 192nd St N
0.15 mi

Other statics from 1-5 mile radius of Subject Area:

Population 1 Mile 3 Mile 5 Mile
2018 Total Population: 16,432 136,465 322,076
2023 Population: 17,541 146,612 346,631
Pop Growth 2018-2023: 6.75% 7.44% 7.62%
Average Age: 40.10 40.50 40.40
2018 Total Households: 6,832 55,950 133,210
HH Growth 2018-2023: 6.65% 7.40% 7.44%
Median Household Inc: $72,398 $77,098 $78,181
Avg Household Size: 2.40 2.40 2.40
2018 Avg HH Vehicles: 2.00 2.00 2.00
Median Home Value: $358,668 $392,196 $418,100
Median Year Built: 1969 1969 1972

Public Transportation

Commuter Rail

Drive Distance Edmonds Station Commuter Rail (Sounder South Line) 13 min
5.5 mile Airport Drive Distance
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
30 min 25.9 miles
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