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Central Avenue (Historic Route 66) and Tramway represents the confluence of the Four Hills Trade Area, Foothills Trade Area, and Southeast Heights Trade Area. A high number of people live in the immediate area and the area has a high level of vehicle traffic on Central Avenue, Tramway Blvd, and I-40 (22,600 VPD, 13,700 VPD, and 64,900 VPD respectively).
The intersection of Tramway, Central and I-40 is the first major intersection from the East Mountains into Albuquerque. Which is one reason Albertson's and Smith's grocery stores are located here. The intersection of Tramway, Central and I-40 is the last major intersection out of Albuquerque, a great "last chance" stop for fuel, food and other products and services.
The subject property is a +/- 3,048 SF free standing fast food restaurant with drive through. The building rests on +/- 0.897 acres, being +/- 39,073 SF of land. The land is zoned C-2, City of Albuquerque. Building was constructed in 2004. Frontage feet along Central Avenue = 153' Ingress/Egress off Central Avenue, shared access with Albertson's center and access from Cochiti Road SE. Approximately 38 Parking Spaces. traditional surface parking for fast food restaurant. Central and Tramway is a key intersection for the Four Hills community and the Southeast Heights sub-market of Albuquerque. I-40 adds an element of freeway traffic for food, grocery and retail in addition to Four Hills and the SE Heights.
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