Integra San Diego has completed a commercial appraisal of a waterfront property located in Coronado in San Diego County. The property consists of three different property types: a 4,500 square foot office building, a 9,200 square foot restaurant building, and a 20,000 square foot vacant pad. The total site area is about 7 acres. As a waterfront property, parts of the subject are either underwater or not. In this case, the site consists of a filled upland parcel (also known as a land parcel) and a submerged tideland parcel (also known as a water area parcel).
As with most waterfront properties in San Diego, this property is subject to a ground lease. The subject is 100% owner-occupied by the master ground lease, and the restaurant is 100% subleased to a single tenant. The purpose of this commercial valuation was for loan underwriting purposes for a lender.Social tagging: Coronado Appraisal > Coronado Commercial Appraiser > Coronado Real Estate Appraiser > Ground lease Appraisal > ground lease Valuation > Land Appraisal > Land Valuation > Office Appraisal > Office Valuation > restaurant appraisal > restaurant valuation > San Diego County Commercial Appraisal > sandwich leasehold Appraisal > sandwich leasehold Valuation > vacant pad appraisal > vacant pad valuation > Waterfront Appraisal > Waterfront Valuation