Warehouse Stabilized Yard for Sale - San Diego Metro
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You likely found us here because you are searching for Warehouse Space with Stabilized Yard, or simply Stabilized Yard for sale in the San Diego Metro area. Our San Diego Metro affiliate broker has experience with Stabilized Yard properties, having leased and sold existing properties/spaces. There are many means of stabilization - some acceptable in Metro areas, and some not so acceptable. Our San Diego Metro Affiliate will lead you through this process and find the Stabilized Yard space you need if it's out there.
The following sections comprise this article. Each section heading in the list is also an in-page link so you can skip to the sections in which you have the most interest. Skip directly to the search/survey page, or view the outline below:
In addition to this sample search/survey page, we have the following other pages of this type that might interest you:
What is Paved or Stabilized Yard?
The photo above shows a paved (apparently with blacktop) yard. There are a quite a few stabilization methods. Among the most common are concrete, blacktop, crushed concrete, and gravel.
A yard is stabilized generally so that you can drive over it, and store vehicles and materials that are less susceptible to the weather. Without stabilization, the vehicles and materials would tend to sink into the ground, particularly but not only during wet weather.
You will find this type of property in pretty much any Metro, including the San Diego Metro.
For What is Paved or Stabilized Yard Used?
Paved or Stabilized Yard has many uses in addition to the above mentioned use of parking and storing vehicles like Semi-Trucks and Semi-Trailers. It can be used to store inventory - pipe and other items that can withstand the elements - as shown in the attached photo. It can even be used to display inventory, as in the case of processed stone used for countertops and siding. This is not even close to an exhaustive list. It is also often used as a place to park trucks and trailers, empty and loaded. With proper security, gating and fencing, it can be a reasonably secure place to store and display many items - especially heavy ones.
Why is (or might) Paved or Stabilized Yard be Scarce in My Area?
Overall, the design and installation of any reliable form of stabilization is expensive, and tends to be time consuming when factoring in engineering and the meeting of local requirements for drainage and stormwater retention. Consequently, paying a premium for a property with an existing surfaced yard can be worthwhile - as in, an area of land improved by stabilization is normally worth more than an unstabilized acre. It is a common mistake to assume you can quickly and inexpensively just add stabilized yard using crushed concrete due to the dust that it can generate over time. Many localities have ordinances that restrict the method for this reason. Your locality may or may not require it, but you would do well to research whether extra drainage and stormwater retention are required for your area.
What Else are People Searching for - Warehouse Stabilized Yard
You will often find Paved or Stabilized Yard along with a Warehouse on the same property, but net necessarily. There are other ways to search for this type of property or space. A few of these are listed below:
- Paved Yard for Lease, Rent, or Sale
- Stabilized Yard for Lease, Rent, or Sale
- Vehicle Storage Yard for Lease, Rent, or Sale
- Shipping Container Storage Yard for Lease, Rent, or Sale
There are a number of cities included in the San Diego Metro Area - here are a few of the larger ones: San Diego, Chula Vista, Oceanside, Escondido, Carlsbad, El Cajon, Vista, San Marcos, Encinitas, & National City.
The rest - hopefully close to an inclusive list, is on our San Diego Metro Area home page. You can navigate directly to the link on your Metro Home Page using the In-Page link for "Service Area Summary." This list includes all of the Cities and Towns of which we are aware in the Metro Area. Each City and Town listed is also a link to detailed statistics about that specific place drawn from various Census Bureau reports.
What Do We Mean When We Say Survey?
When a client asks us to help them search for a property to meet their needs, we go to the best listing services and to our fellow Commercial Real Estate brokers to pull together all the information available for properties meeting the stated client requirements. We validate the information to be provided - likely by talking directly with the selling or leasing brokers - and then help our clients go through this information to help them select the best fit properties, from which the client would select properties they wish to tour. We are posting an abbreviated version of a search we've either performed for another client, or one we've performed particularly for this article. We call the information provided in this article a "Survey," and we'd love to turn this survey into a full set of search results based upon your requirements! If you don't see a survey in the next section, it just means we have't gotten around to it yet. If you need this type of property, please do let us know and we'll contact you to get started. The search we perform for you will include most or all categories you see here, plus information about pricing, other expenses, availability, and anything we can find regarding other requirements you provide for your use case. We would provide all of this, along with any available flyers, photos, and detailed information regarding each property.
This standard brokerage service is provided at no cost to you as it is ordinarily included in the transaction and paid for by the seller or landlord.
Survey of Warehouse Stabilized Yard for Sale - San Diego Metro
This survey for Warehouse Stabilized Yard for sale in the San Diego Metro has yet to be completed. If you would like our Affiliate to focus on this for you, please let us know.
What to Expect if We Create a Survey of Properties or Spaces for You
The market for Commercial Real Estate is very dynamic, and information regarding an available property can change from day-to-day, hour-to-hour, and even minute-to-minute. When you provide us with your requirements for a given property type, we perform a new search, validate all of the information, and provide you with the most reliable information we are able. The information we obtain for you is obtained from what we believe to be reliable sources. The statements and representations made are from these sources and not the statements and representations of the broker putting together your requested search.
Next Steps - San Diego Metro Area
We are working to put in place a Broker Affiliate for the San Diego Metro area. To make contact with us, please use our chat widget to the bottom right of your screen, call the number at the top right of your screen, or got to our form page to send us your contact information and a summary of your requirement. For more information about our San Diego Area Affiliate, and more about what we do for you, please visit our San Diego Metro Area.
What if I have a Property or Space I'd Like to List for Lease, Rent or Sale?
If you like what you see here and you have a property or space you want to put on the market, please contact us and we'll provide you with a no-obligation listing consultation. To make contact with us, please use our chat widget to the bottom right of your screen, call the number at the top right of your screen, or use our listing information form to send us your contact information and a summary of your property.
What if I'm a Broker with a Requirement from a Valued Client that I Can't Service?
What we do here at Warehouse Finder is identify and manage Broker/Affiliates in Metro areas as they work to help valued clients get the property or space that they need. We aim to be the best at what we do. If you have a requirement you can't service - most likely for a Metro area you don't serve - please contact us using our chat widget at the bottom right of your screen, call the number at the top right of your screen, or use our Broker Requirement form to send us your contact information and a summary of the requirement you would like us to address for your valued client. We will reach out to you as soon as practical to discuss the requirement and terms for proceeding.