Solano Retail

1520 N Texas St - Entire Building Fairfield, CA rental rate negotiable
Aug 31
1,700
sqft
Office Retail
178 N 1st St - Entire Building Dixon, CA NNN charges $0.15 per sqft
Aug 23
5,430
sqft
Retail
28 N 2nd St - Floor 1 Rio Vista, CA available within 60 days
May 31
2,520
sqft
Retail Restaurant
870 E Travis Blvd - 2 Spaces Fairfield, CA plus NNN charges
May 26
850 - 2,860
sqft
Retail
2700 N Texas St - 2 Spaces Fairfield, CA tenant improvement allowance
May 23
1,200 - 2,600
sqft
Office Retail Restaurant Industrial
740 Texas St - 2 Spaces Fairfield, CA HVAC
Mar 28
300
sqft
Office Retail

Solano

Market Report

Number of Listings
Posted in the last 90 days
9
Median Rate ($/sqft/yr)
$23
Median Size (sqft)
2,500

Solano County Office & Commercial Space

Featuring a population of well over 400,000 residents, Solano County is situated in the Vallejo-Fairfield Metropolitan Statistical area. One of the first counties incorporated into the state of California, Solano County features a rich history and heritage that have survived to this day. Business owners seeking rental properties for lease in this region of the state will find that the affordable commercial space for rent and office space for rent found in the neighborhood zones of Solano County are primed for future development and growth. The numerous thoroughfares and large highways found throughout Solano County ensure that both residents and professionals have easy access into and out of the county at large.

Solano County Economic Overview

Featuring over 800 square miles of land, Solano County is currently home to numerous cities, communities and townships, some of the more notable examples being Fairfield, the county seat, and Vallejo, the largest city in the county. Residents of Solano County are commonly classified with a middle class / lower-middle class income bracket, due in large part to the lack of white-collar jobs in the area. Popular occupations for residents of Solano County include positions in essential industries, such as manufacturing, construction, retail trade, etc. Unemployment levels in Solano County remain somewhat elevated, due in large part to the lack of diversity in the local economy. That being said, the relatively affordable cost of living here ensures that residents retain a degree of purchasing power and high quality of life.

Solano County At A Glance

Residents of Solano County are, from an ethnic perspective, quite diverse. Nearly half of the population is classified as Caucasian, although numerous other ethnic groups can also be found here. Nearly 50% of the local population is currently employed in privately owned businesses. As stated previously, Solano County is one of the oldest incorporated areas of land in California.

Where to Lease in Solano County

Those seeking to find affordable and well-positioned properties for lease in Solano County are first advised to explore available options in the larger cities here, such as the aforementioned Fairfield and Vallejo. While all of the cities and townships in Solano County are likely to feature economic opportunity. these two locations are prepared to offer business owners increased visibility and financial support.

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Real time and historical data on commercial real estate listings in Solano.
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