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3010 Rollie Gates, Paso Robles

TOTAL BUILDING SPACE

+/- 33,500 square feet

Flex 2-Story Facility

ZONED

AP PD
  • Power - 120/208 volt, 3 phase 800 AMP, 4 W panels
  • Solar system
  • Offices with views and private restrooms
  • Easy loading area with high pile storage
  • Tall 15' roll-up door
  • 42 parking spaces

OFFERING PRICE

$2,900,000

$86.57 per SF

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1st Floor

  • +/- 11,500 sq. ft. Manufacturing/Assembly Space with 11' clear height
  • +/- 5,500 sq. ft. Warehouse Space with 20'-25' clear height with 15' roll-up door
  • +/- 3,000 sq. ft. Support Space

2nd Floor

  • +/- 3,200 sq. ft. improved Office Space
  • +/- 8,900 sq. ft. Manufacturing/Assembly Space (8'-14' clear height)
  • +/- 1,400 sq. ft. Support Space

Corban Holland

Principal / Broker
DRE #01836854

ABOUT THE AREA

Paso Robles, CA

Even though Paso Robles has been regarded as California’s hot “new” destination, Paso remains true to its roots. With a past and present as rich and colorful as it’s rolling hills, Paso welcomes travel- ers as locals. The people of Paso unselfishly share everything about their city that does them proud, from its beautiful climate to its endless activities and places of interest.

Paso Robles is famous for its hardy pioneer history and is known internationally for its hundreds of premium wineries. Paso is centrally located between San Francisco and Los Angeles along California’s Central Coast. Whether you are looking for a weekend get- away or business development opportunities, the City and people of Paso say “Welcome.”

During a visit to Paso Robles Wine Country, you’ll discover award-winning wines, a historic downtown, delicious restaurants, and breathtaking views around each corner. There is some- thing to please everyone with over 200 wineries and 40,000 vineyard acres focussing on pre- mium wine production. The distinct microclimate and diverse soils, combined with warm days and cool nights, make the growing conditions ideal, producing more than 40 wine varietals.

With four golf courses you have a reason to stay awhile and enjoy the local wine and food scene.

Nestled on a picturesque, oak-dotted hillside, featuring a variety of music and entertainment. Vina Robles Amphitheater was named one of North America’s “Must Play Venues of 2016” by music industry publication Amplify.

The Paso Robles Event Center is an entertainment complex and home to the annual “California Mid-State Fair.” In addition, it also host trade shows, conventions, private parties, equestrian events, rodeos and concerts.

Pull in and park in one of Paso’s highly rated RV parks. Cava Robles, Wine Country RV Resort, Vines RV Resort, and Paso Robles RV Ranch & Campground are just a few in the area.


3010 Rollie Gates, Paso Robles

TOTAL BUILDING SPACE

+/- 33,500 square feet

Flex 2-Story Facility

ZONED

AP PD
  • Power - 120/208 volt, 3 phase 800 AMP, 4 W panels
  • Solar system
  • Offices with views and private restrooms
  • Easy loading area with high pile storage
  • Tall 15' roll-up door
  • 42 parking spaces

OFFERING PRICE

$.65 per SF
I'm interested

1st Floor

  • +/- 11,500 sq. ft. Manufacturing/Assembly Space with 11' clear height
  • +/- 5,500 sq. ft. Warehouse Space with 20'-25' clear height with 15' roll-up door
  • +/- 3,000 sq. ft. Support Space

2nd Floor

  • +/- 3,200 sq. ft. improved Office Space
  • +/- 8,900 sq. ft. Manufacturing/Assembly Space (8'-14' clear height)
  • +/- 1,400 sq. ft. Support Space

Corban Holland

Principal / Broker
DRE #01836854

ABOUT THE AREA

Paso Robles, CA

Even though Paso Robles has been regarded as California’s hot “new” destination, Paso remains true to its roots. With a past and present as rich and colorful as it’s rolling hills, Paso welcomes travel- ers as locals. The people of Paso unselfishly share everything about their city that does them proud, from its beautiful climate to its endless activities and places of interest.

Paso Robles is famous for its hardy pioneer history and is known internationally for its hundreds of premium wineries. Paso is centrally located between San Francisco and Los Angeles along California’s Central Coast. Whether you are looking for a weekend get- away or business development opportunities, the City and people of Paso say “Welcome.”

During a visit to Paso Robles Wine Country, you’ll discover award-winning wines, a historic downtown, delicious restaurants, and breathtaking views around each corner. There is some- thing to please everyone with over 200 wineries and 40,000 vineyard acres focussing on pre- mium wine production. The distinct microclimate and diverse soils, combined with warm days and cool nights, make the growing conditions ideal, producing more than 40 wine varietals.

With four golf courses you have a reason to stay awhile and enjoy the local wine and food scene.

Nestled on a picturesque, oak-dotted hillside, featuring a variety of music and entertainment. Vina Robles Amphitheater was named one of North America’s “Must Play Venues of 2016” by music industry publication Amplify.

The Paso Robles Event Center is an entertainment complex and home to the annual “California Mid-State Fair.” In addition, it also host trade shows, conventions, private parties, equestrian events, rodeos and concerts.

Pull in and park in one of Paso’s highly rated RV parks. Cava Robles, Wine Country RV Resort, Vines RV Resort, and Paso Robles RV Ranch & Campground are just a few in the area.


5905 Capistrano Ave #A-B, Atascadero

TOTAL SPACE

+/- 1,500 square feet

ZONED

Office Professional
  • 1st floor office space
  • 3 private offices with windows
  • 2 restrooms
  • Reception area
  • Kitchen/break room
  • Abundant Parking

OFFERING PRICE

$1.50 per SF

GROSS

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Size and dimensions are approximate. Actual may vary slightly.

Corban Holland

Principal / Broker
DRE #01836854

ABOUT THE AREA

Atascadero, CA

Located on California’s Central Coast, Atascadero is a small suburb located half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The City benefits from tourists traveling up and down the coast. Due to it’s plethora of family activities and temperate climate people have been coming to the city, growing more than 8% since 2010.

The city offers a colorful history, picturesque Lake Park, vineyards, the Charles Paddock Zoo, and historic downtown Colony District. Atascadero offers a championship golf course, hiking and biking trails, zip line adventures and state of the art movie theatres. Visitors can enjoy nearby recreational lakes, Hearst Castle, the Pacifica Ocean, several California Missions, Morro Bay Harbor, and the Califor- nia Mid-State Fair

Atascadero Lake and Pavilion is the city’s premier event venue and is a 30 acre reservoir with walking path around the lake, a playground, paddle boats, kayak boats, workout station, large and small BBQ areas, horseshoe pits, and volleyball court.

The Charles Paddock Zoo is California Central Coast’s ONLY zoo accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The zoo is home to hundreds of animal species from around the world. Many of the zoo residents are part of a globally managed program to preserve ani- mals and their habitats.

Original construction of the Historic Atascadero City Hall began in 1914 and was completed in 1918. After being closed for 10 years, and undergoing extensive renovations and retrofitting, the building re-opened in August 2013.

Galaxy Theatre is a fully integrated movie theatre. Currently there are theatres in California, Nevada, and Washington. Formed in 1998, its focus is to offer high impact, state-of-the-art movie entertainment.


2727 Buena Vista Dr #109, Paso Robles

TOTAL SPACE

+/- 2,271 square feet
  • 7 Private Offices
  • Conference Room
  • Lobby and Reception Area
  • File/Storage Room
  • Kitchen Area
  • Restrooms
  • Located just off Hwy 46 and 101

OFFERING PRICE

$5,700 / per month

GROSS

I'm interested

Corban Holland

Principal / Broker
DRE #01836854

Paul Shannon

Principal / Agent
DRE #01970198

ABOUT THE AREA

Paso Robles, CA

Even though Paso Robles has been regarded as California’s hot “new” destination, Paso remains true to its roots. With a past and present as rich and colorful as it’s rolling hills, Paso welcomes travel- ers as locals. The people of Paso unselfishly share everything about their city that does them proud, from its beautiful climate to its endless activities and places of interest.

Paso Robles is famous for its hardy pioneer history and is known internationally for its hundreds of premium wineries. Paso is centrally located between San Francisco and Los Angeles along California’s Central Coast. Whether you are looking for a weekend get- away or business development opportunities, the City and people of Paso say “Welcome.”

During a visit to Paso Robles Wine Country, you’ll discover award-winning wines, a historic downtown, delicious restaurants, and breathtaking views around each corner. There is some- thing to please everyone with over 200 wineries and 40,000 vineyard acres focussing on pre- mium wine production. The distinct microclimate and diverse soils, combined with warm days and cool nights, make the growing conditions ideal, producing more than 40 wine varietals.

With four golf courses you have a reason to stay awhile and enjoy the local wine and food scene.

Nestled on a picturesque, oak-dotted hillside, featuring a variety of music and entertainment. Vina Robles Amphitheater was named one of North America’s “Must Play Venues of 2016” by music industry publication Amplify.

The Paso Robles Event Center is an entertainment complex and home to the annual “California Mid-State Fair.” In addition, it also host trade shows, conventions, private parties, equestrian events, rodeos and concerts.

Pull in and park in one of Paso’s highly rated RV parks. Cava Robles, Wine Country RV Resort, Vines RV Resort, and Paso Robles RV Ranch & Campground are just a few in the area.


857 Santa Rosa St, San Luis Obispo

TOTAL SPACE

+/- 1,710 square feet
  • 6 Private Offices
  • Reception Area
  • Conference Room
  • Restroom
  • Kitchen

OFFERING PRICE

$2.00 per SF Gross
I'm interested

Corban Holland

Principal / Broker
DRE #01836854

Paul Shannon

Principal / Agent
DRE #01970198

ABOUT THE AREA

SLO County

At the heart of the county lies San Luis Obispo. Thanks for National Geographic and Oprah Winfrey, its reputation continues to be known as the Happiest Place in America. It was also ranked the 3rd best place in America to live (above Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Monterey, Newport Beach, Honolulu, etc).

San Luis Obispo County also hosts large employers in the area like Cal Poly, Tenet Health, Atascadero State Hospital, MindBody, PG&E, Compass Health, IQMS and Cuesta College.

With over 250 wineries spread among San Luis Obispo county, the area offers a variety of tasting experiences.

A true gem, Morro Bay is a seaside fishing village and great place to kayak out through the bay.

Cal Poly is a nationally-ranked public university that prides itself on the individual success of its students who learn by doing.

The recreation and tourism-oriented town of Pismo Beach offers plenty of restaurants, hotels, inns and RV parks.


6917 El Camino Real #J-K, Atascadero

TOTAL SPACE

+/- 1,593 square feet

NNN

$.54 per square foot
  • Open Shell
  • Common Parking
  • End Cap Unit
  • Ideally located next to the theater entrance

OFFERING PRICE

To Be Negotiated

Base Rent & Tenant Allowance

I'm interested

Corban Holland

Principal / Broker
DRE #01836854

Paul Shannon

Principal / Agent
DRE #01970198

ABOUT THE AREA

Atascadero, CA

Located on California’s Central Coast, Atascadero is a small suburb located half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The City benefits from tourists traveling up and down the coast. Due to it’s plethora of family activities and temperate climate people have been coming to the city, growing more than 8% since 2010.

The city offers a colorful history, picturesque Lake Park, vineyards, the Charles Paddock Zoo, and historic downtown Colony District. Atascadero offers a championship golf course, hiking and biking trails, zip line adventures and state of the art movie theatres. Visitors can enjoy nearby recreational lakes, Hearst Castle, the Pacifica Ocean, several California Missions, Morro Bay Harbor, and the Califor- nia Mid-State Fair

Atascadero Lake and Pavilion is the city’s premier event venue and is a 30 acre reservoir with walking path around the lake, a playground, paddle boats, kayak boats, workout station, large and small BBQ areas, horseshoe pits, and volleyball court.

The Charles Paddock Zoo is California Central Coast’s ONLY zoo accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The zoo is home to hundreds of animal species from around the world. Many of the zoo residents are part of a globally managed program to preserve ani- mals and their habitats.

Original construction of the Historic Atascadero City Hall began in 1914 and was completed in 1918. After being closed for 10 years, and undergoing extensive renovations and retrofitting, the building re-opened in August 2013.

Galaxy Theatre is a fully integrated movie theatre. Currently there are theatres in California, Nevada, and Washington. Formed in 1998, its focus is to offer high impact, state-of-the-art movie entertainment.


6917 El Camino Real #D, Atascadero

TOTAL SPACE

+/- 1,137 square feet

NNN

$.54 per SF
  • ADA Restroom
  • Common Parking

OFFERING PRICE

$1.45 per SF + NNN
I'm interested

Corban Holland

Principal / Broker
DRE #01836854

Paul Shannon

Principal / Agent
DRE #01970198

ABOUT THE AREA

Atascadero, CA

Located on California’s Central Coast, Atascadero is a small suburb located half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The City benefits from tourists traveling up and down the coast. Due to it’s plethora of family activities and temperate climate people have been coming to the city, growing more than 8% since 2010.

The city offers a colorful history, picturesque Lake Park, vineyards, the Charles Paddock Zoo, and historic downtown Colony District. Atascadero offers a championship golf course, hiking and biking trails, zip line adventures and state of the art movie theatres. Visitors can enjoy nearby recreational lakes, Hearst Castle, the Pacifica Ocean, several California Missions, Morro Bay Harbor, and the Califor- nia Mid-State Fair

Atascadero Lake and Pavilion is the city’s premier event venue and is a 30 acre reservoir with walking path around the lake, a playground, paddle boats, kayak boats, workout station, large and small BBQ areas, horseshoe pits, and volleyball court.

The Charles Paddock Zoo is California Central Coast’s ONLY zoo accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The zoo is home to hundreds of animal species from around the world. Many of the zoo residents are part of a globally managed program to preserve ani- mals and their habitats.

Original construction of the Historic Atascadero City Hall began in 1914 and was completed in 1918. After being closed for 10 years, and undergoing extensive renovations and retrofitting, the building re-opened in August 2013.

Galaxy Theatre is a fully integrated movie theatre. Currently there are theatres in California, Nevada, and Washington. Formed in 1998, its focus is to offer high impact, state-of-the-art movie entertainment.


6917 El Camino Real #C, Atascadero

TOTAL SPACE

+/- 1,251 square feet

NNN

$.54 per SF
  • ADA Restroom
  • Grease Trap
  • "Baking" hood (no ansel system)
  • Common Parking

OFFERING PRICE

$1.45 per SF + NNN
I'm interested

Corban Holland

Principal / Broker
DRE #01836854

Paul Shannon

Principal / Agent
DRE #01970198

ABOUT THE AREA

Atascadero, CA

Located on California’s Central Coast, Atascadero is a small suburb located half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The City benefits from tourists traveling up and down the coast. Due to it’s plethora of family activities and temperate climate people have been coming to the city, growing more than 8% since 2010.

The city offers a colorful history, picturesque Lake Park, vineyards, the Charles Paddock Zoo, and historic downtown Colony District. Atascadero offers a championship golf course, hiking and biking trails, zip line adventures and state of the art movie theatres. Visitors can enjoy nearby recreational lakes, Hearst Castle, the Pacifica Ocean, several California Missions, Morro Bay Harbor, and the Califor- nia Mid-State Fair

Atascadero Lake and Pavilion is the city’s premier event venue and is a 30 acre reservoir with walking path around the lake, a playground, paddle boats, kayak boats, workout station, large and small BBQ areas, horseshoe pits, and volleyball court.

The Charles Paddock Zoo is California Central Coast’s ONLY zoo accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The zoo is home to hundreds of animal species from around the world. Many of the zoo residents are part of a globally managed program to preserve ani- mals and their habitats.

Original construction of the Historic Atascadero City Hall began in 1914 and was completed in 1918. After being closed for 10 years, and undergoing extensive renovations and retrofitting, the building re-opened in August 2013.

Galaxy Theatre is a fully integrated movie theatre. Currently there are theatres in California, Nevada, and Washington. Formed in 1998, its focus is to offer high impact, state-of-the-art movie entertainment.


6917 El Camino Real #A, Atascadero

TOTAL SPACE

+/- 1,632 square feet

NNN

$.54 per square feet
  • Space improved as nail salon
  • ADA Restroom
  • Washer/Dryer hookups
  • End-cap unit
  • Common Parking

OFFERING PRICE

$1.45 per SF + NNN
I'm interested

Corban Holland

Principal / Broker
DRE #01836854

Paul Shannon

Principal / Agent
DRE #01970198

ABOUT THE AREA

Atascadero, CA

Located on California’s Central Coast, Atascadero is a small suburb located half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The City benefits from tourists traveling up and down the coast. Due to it’s plethora of family activities and temperate climate people have been coming to the city, growing more than 8% since 2010.

The city offers a colorful history, picturesque Lake Park, vineyards, the Charles Paddock Zoo, and historic downtown Colony District. Atascadero offers a championship golf course, hiking and biking trails, zip line adventures and state of the art movie theatres. Visitors can enjoy nearby recreational lakes, Hearst Castle, the Pacifica Ocean, several California Missions, Morro Bay Harbor, and the Califor- nia Mid-State Fair

Atascadero Lake and Pavilion is the city’s premier event venue and is a 30 acre reservoir with walking path around the lake, a playground, paddle boats, kayak boats, workout station, large and small BBQ areas, horseshoe pits, and volleyball court.

The Charles Paddock Zoo is California Central Coast’s ONLY zoo accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The zoo is home to hundreds of animal species from around the world. Many of the zoo residents are part of a globally managed program to preserve ani- mals and their habitats.

Original construction of the Historic Atascadero City Hall began in 1914 and was completed in 1918. After being closed for 10 years, and undergoing extensive renovations and retrofitting, the building re-opened in August 2013.

Galaxy Theatre is a fully integrated movie theatre. Currently there are theatres in California, Nevada, and Washington. Formed in 1998, its focus is to offer high impact, state-of-the-art movie entertainment.