Historic District Development Opportunity
|Catylist Listing ID:
Multi-Family, Office, Retail, Self Storage
|Gross Land Area:
||$144,000 Per Acre
||Cash to Seller, Owner Financing
Overview / Comments
Commercial development lot located in the original Las Cruces townsite , Mesquite Historic District, a bustling redevelopment sector featuring retail, multifamily, food service and small business. Just 3 blocks from the Downtown Main Street redevelopment retail and entertainment district. Live, work, play within one mile! Property is located just off the corner of major thoroughfares and is an ideal location for small development projects. City of Las Cruces require proposed site plans to be reviewed and approved of by South Mesquite Overlay.
Attachments & Media
||Dona Ana County
|Property Located Between:
||Lohman Ave and Kansas Avenue
||ORIGINAL TOWNSITE Lot: PC 4 Block: 89 S: 18 T: 23S R: 2E S SAN PEDRO
|Largest Nearby Street:
|Feet of Frontage:
||Undeveloped parcel ideal for multifamily, duplex, small business
|| commercial C-2 zoning runs nearly the length of the
Mesquite Neighborhood, from the northern boundary at Madrid
to the south side of Lohman, on both sides of Mesquite Street. C-2
zoning encourages development of uses that provide retail and service activities as a convenience to adjacent neighborhoods and usually serve from 5,000 to 30,000 people. Land uses in that area show
scattered clusters of commercial along the Mesquite Street, except
along the one-way streets of Amador and Lohman where commercial uses dominate. In addition, there are a few small patches of O-1
(Office, Neighborhood—Limited Retail Services), C-1 (Low Intensity
Commercial), C-2C (C-2 Conditional) and 01_C-2C (C-2 Conditional
under 2001 code)
A substantial number of parcels are also used for apartments of
eight or more units and a lesser number for multi-family dwellings
with from two to six units. These are concentrated around the heart
of the neighborhood area between Spruce and Bowman.
Neighborhood commercial uses predominate along Lohman and
Amador, following the zoning and the faster pace of automobile
traffic on those one-way streets. Low intensity commercial uses also
dot portions of Mesquite Street, occupy a few frontages on Campo
Street, and form a few clusters at the northern end of the plan
||C2 Community Commercial
|Part of Planned Development?:
||Mesquite Historic District
||Easement to north of property serving adjunct property 115' x 12'
||Electric, Water, Gas, Sewer, Cable, Broadband, Internet Access
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