Location: Suite 104, 800 Bancroft Way, at the corner of and facing 5th Street, in Berkeley’s balmy banana belt. It is near many popular restaurants and retail shops. 3 short blocks to the I-80 interchange at University Avenue, and a regional bus stop on the block. Mail boxes are at the corner. Zoned for light industrial or manufacturing or artist studios, Suite 104 is a new 1520 square foot space on the ground floor facing 5th Street, in a distinctive new 2-story building.
The space is offered finished as a “vanilla shell” with a concrete floor, fire-taped gypsum board on the walls, an in-suite accessible bathroom with lavatory and watercloset, and a gas-fired unit heater mounted at the ceiling. Broad windows provide abundant natural light. The suite has a pedestrian entrance (door and large window) and a 9 foot wide roll-up service door. The clear ceiling height to the bottom of the exposed trusses is 12′-10″. The space has its own electric and gas meters. It has one assigned parking space in a securable, landscaped parking lot.
This suite is part of a project consisting of two new buildings and a renovated older building, totaling about 23,000 square feet, all two stories in height. Parking for 31 cars is provided in a securable parking lot. There are also parking for 14 bicycles and a dedicated truck space for service or loading.
The permitted uses, as defined by the Berkeley zoning ordinance, are light industrial/manufacturing and artist studios. See the City’s Zoning Ordinance for detailed descriptions of these permitted uses under the MU-R zone.