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1102 Termino Ave

1102 Termino Ave, Long Beach, CA 90804

Listing Price: $2,100,000

Cap Rate
4.80%
Number of Units
7
GRM
14.46
Price/Unit
$300,000
Price/Gross SF
$414.12
Gross SF
5,071

Investment Overview

Marcus & Millichap REIS is pleased to present 1102 Termino Avenue located on the northeast
corner of E 11th Street and Termino Avenue in the Greenbelt Heights Neighborhood of the Eastside
of Long Beach, CA.
The 2-story 7-unit multi-family residential apartment building was originally built in 1923 and
substantially renovated in 2019/2020.
The subject pr operty consists of approximately 5,751 square feet of building area including an
approximately 536 sq. ft. four car f ree standing garage structure and a yard area of approximately
1,100 sq. ft. The entire parcel totals approximately 5,597 sq. ft of land area.
Tenants enjoy living in the Greenbelt H eights Neighborhood of the Eastside of Long Beach, a short
distance to The Long Beach Greenbelt, Recreation Park, including two (2) golf courses, Billie Jean King
Tennis Center, Blair Field, Colorado Lagoon, Marine Stadium, local beaches, California State University
of Long Beach.
The subject property is conveniently near the popular retail, entertainment, and dining district of Belmont
Shore’s 2nd Street that offers more than 250 unique upscale boutiques, specialty shops, and a myriad of
coffee shops, cafes, casual dining taverns, and eclectic international specialty restaurants. Other districts
nearby the property include the East Village Arts District, 4th Street Retro Row and the Zafferia commercial
corridor.
Also close to the property is the Downtown Long Beach Business District which provides unique destinations,
both historic and new, that attract over six million visitors annually. One of the city’s most revered attractions,
The Queen Mary, arrived in Long Beach in 1967 and has since impressed millions of visitors with its art deco interiors and glimpses into a bygone era. The Aquarium of the Pacific, on the other hand, provides an intimate look into the future of marine biology and sustainability. Hotels, restaurants, and other tourist oriented venues including Shoreline Village, The Pike and Rainbow Harbor Waterf ront surround the juggernaut that is the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center that brings in a staggering 1.6 million visitors per year with its year-round conventions and events.
The City of Long Beach offers great coastal weather, access to several recreational activities and a reputation for being a big city with a small-town feel. At the center of Long Beach, a city of almost 470,000, they are the only large Downtown waterf ront located between San Diego and San Francisco, retaining more affordable lease rates for office and retail space, as well as housing, than nearby areas such as Santa Monica, Downtown Los Angeles, and Irvine, CA.

Investment Highlights

  • Corner Property
  • Five of the seven units have been completely upgraded, as well as the common area backyard and patio above garages
  • Potential ADU conversation of the garage structure and an additional new ADU structure in the backyard
  • Greenbelt Heights Neighborhood of the Eastside of Long Beach, CA
  • Located close to a variety of Parks, Beaches, Neighborhood Shopping Districts, Public and Private Schools
  • Property has a very Bikeable Score of 85 & a Walk Score of 97. Three (3) mile Average Household Income: $102,575 and 2024 Estimated Population: $267,470

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Multifamily

1102 Termino Ave

Listing Price: $2,100,000

Cap Rate
4.80%
Number of Units
7
GRM
14.46
Price/Unit
$300,000
Price/Gross SF
$414.12
Gross SF
5,071

Investment Highlights

  • Corner Property
  • Five of the seven units have been completely upgraded, as well as the common area backyard and patio above garages
  • Potential ADU conversation of the garage structure and an additional new ADU structure in the backyard
  • Greenbelt Heights Neighborhood of the Eastside of Long Beach, CA
  • Located close to a variety of Parks, Beaches, Neighborhood Shopping Districts, Public and Private Schools
  • Property has a very Bikeable Score of 85 & a Walk Score of 97. Three (3) mile Average Household Income: $102,575 and 2024 Estimated Population: $267,470

Investment Overview

Marcus & Millichap REIS is pleased to present 1102 Termino Avenue located on the northeast corner of E 11th Street and Termino Avenue in the Greenbelt Heights Neighborhood of the Eastside of Long Beach, CA. The 2-story 7-unit multi-family residential apartment building was originally built in 1923 and substantially renovated in 2019/2020. The subject pr operty consists of approximately 5,751 square feet of building area including an approximately 536 sq. ft. four car f ree standing garage structure and a yard area of approximately 1,100 sq. ft. The entire parcel totals approximately 5,597 sq. ft of land area. Tenants enjoy living in the Greenbelt H eights Neighborhood of the Eastside of Long Beach, a short distance to The Long Beach Greenbelt, Recreation Park, including two (2) golf courses, Billie Jean King Tennis Center, Blair Field, Colorado Lagoon, Marine Stadium, local beaches, California State University of Long Beach. The subject property is conveniently near the popular retail, entertainment, and dining district of Belmont Shore’s 2nd Street that offers more than 250 unique upscale boutiques, specialty shops, and a myriad of coffee shops, cafes, casual dining taverns, and eclectic international specialty restaurants. Other districts nearby the property include the East Village Arts District, 4th Street Retro Row and the Zafferia commercial corridor. Also close to the property is the Downtown Long Beach Business District which provides unique destinations, both historic and new, that attract over six million visitors annually. One of the city’s most revered attractions, The Queen Mary, arrived in Long Beach in 1967 and has since impressed millions of visitors with its art deco interiors and glimpses into a bygone era. The Aquarium of the Pacific, on the other hand, provides an intimate look into the future of marine biology and sustainability. Hotels, restaurants, and other tourist oriented venues including Shoreline Village, The Pike and Rainbow Harbor Waterf ront surround the juggernaut that is the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center that brings in a staggering 1.6 million visitors per year with its year-round conventions and events. The City of Long Beach offers great coastal weather, access to several recreational activities and a reputation for being a big city with a small-town feel. At the center of Long Beach, a city of almost 470,000, they are the only large Downtown waterf ront located between San Diego and San Francisco, retaining more affordable lease rates for office and retail space, as well as housing, than nearby areas such as Santa Monica, Downtown Los Angeles, and Irvine, CA.

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