Land: Highway Commercial, Hwy 156, San Juan Bautista
|Property Type::||Highway Commercial Land|
|Location::||Hwy 156 & Muckelemi Street|
|APNs::||002-350-030 & 012-14-0-017|
|Land Area::||3.851 Acres (167,749.56 SF)|
|Asking Price::||$1,600.000 ($9.50/SF)|
|Zoning::||C-2: General Commercial|
|Features::||Located on Historic El Camino Real (Hwy 156)|
|Primary Entrance to Historic San Juan Bautista|
· Earthbound Farms, San Juan Bautista, the leader for Organic produce in the USA, currently employees approximately 1,000 workers that are primarily centered at their plant and fields in and around San Juan Bautista. This makes Earthbound Farms the largest employer in the area. They are now in conversation with the City to provide additional infrastructure (water for fire safety) to increase their facilities by 50% and a potential increase of 500 jobs. There has been no formal announcement of this growth. Earthbound Farms is within 2 miles of the business district of San Juan Bautista, by far closer than any other goods and services offered in the area.
· TruLeaf is the second largest has 300 to 320 seasonal works.
· Aromas School District employs 280 staff members
· There are four residential projects with applications submitted to the City of San Juan Bautista
· Total number of units of about 200 homes.
· Potential population increase, based on 3 people per household, would be 32%.
· Current Population of San Juan Bautista: 1,875
· Drive-Time 10 Minutes from subject property: 12,832, with a Median age of 35.2 years
· Drive-Time 15 Minutes from subject property: 82,722, with Median age of 33.5 years
Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail
Juan Bautista de Anza, Captain of the Royal Presidio at Tubac, Sonora, (now southern Arizona), set out on an important expedition in the fall of 1775. This journey had its meager beginnings in the Mexican towns of Culiacán and Horcasitas, where tradesmen and their families joined the company. Viewed in Colonial New Spain as an important colonizing effort, Anza provided military escort for more than 240 people and 1,000 head of livestock moving from Tubac to San Francisco, California. This was an expedition of more than 2,700 miles, with most of the company mounted on horseback and other pack animals. Anza is credited with opening an overland route from Sonora to the missions and settlements of Alta California, and recording valuable information on his exploration of the San Francisco Bay area as an excellent harbor for further Spanish use.
BLM in California manages 50 miles of the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail.
City of San Juan Bautista
San Juan Bautista - Municipal Code
City of San Juan Bautista - Impact Fee Schedule
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