About Oroville, Ca
With a population of more than 56,000 people in the Oroville Urban Area. This colorful former gold rush town is the gateway to the Lake Oroville Recreation Area, one of California's most popular outdoor adventure destinations.
The historic downtown is going through a period of revitalization and several exciting redevelopment projects have been completed, including Riverbend Park and Centennial Plaza. Savvy investors can still find bargain priced historical buildings ready to be restored into heritage gems.
Oroville's housing and multi-family income market remains strong, and a surge in retail construction along the major commercial corridor of Oro Dam Blvd. and Olive Highway is making the city even more attractive to businesses and investors.
Oroville also has low cost industrial land and is a designated California Enterprise Zone, which offers huge financial benefits to companies doing business here. With a talented workforce and easy access to rail, air and highway transportation routes, Oroville is the center of the region's economic development activity. For more information about the market and available properties listed on this web site, contact Mike Donnelly at 530-828-0011 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Commercial Building with HW Frontage - $295,000
2050 4th Ave., Oroville - Nearly 6,000 sq. ft. on 1.39 acres along Highway 70. Across from Home Depot and Dollar General. Includes 367 feet of frontage along HW 70 with a 5,998 sq. ft. Shop Building with six bays (More Details)
Two Commercial Units - 2111 Myers St.
Prime location at the corner of Myers and Park Ave. Unit 1 - Former computer sales and repair store. 1,971 sq. ft. - $1,200 per month Unit 2 - Former fitness studio - 1,366 sq. ft. - $600 per month (More Details)