What’s for sale: Morgan Junction ‘strip mall’ just listed

We don’t randomly check the commercial-real-estate listings as often as we used to – many multimillion-dollar listings have been up a long time, no surprise given the market – but we just found a new one of note: The “strip mall” at 6540 California SW in Morgan Junction is listed for sale. That’s the one with New Teriyaki and Wok, Domino’s Pizza, a freestanding BECU ATM, and the Shell station/minimart. Everything on the site but its billboard is one-story, but it’s zoned for up to 30 feet. Asking price: $2.5 million. See the listing here. (The most expensive public commercial listing for West Seattle right now: $8.1 million for the six-acre 4500 West Marginal Way SW site that includes Gray Line’s bus yard – which just signed a new 5-year lease, according to the listing.)

14 Replies to "What's for sale: Morgan Junction 'strip mall' just listed"

  • ellenater December 6, 2010 (3:35 pm)

    I hope nobody messes with my New Teriyaki!

  • NotMe December 6, 2010 (3:41 pm)

    That is the best teriyaki in all of West Seattle.

  • waman December 6, 2010 (3:58 pm)

    Maybe I can win big on lotto tickets purchased from the Shell gas station & buy the entire complex!

  • miws December 6, 2010 (4:23 pm)

    Place looks vaguely familiar…. ;)



  • coffee December 6, 2010 (5:07 pm)

    The John’s deli land is also for sale. Listing includes 27000 sq ft with 3 houses and 2 commercial buildings.

  • Ken December 6, 2010 (5:24 pm)

    @coffee: You say two commercial buildings — what’s the other one besides John’s? The one Red Star Pizza is in?

  • ellenater December 6, 2010 (8:46 pm)

    okay, that is good! mmmm, I wish they were open right now.

  • alki_2008 December 6, 2010 (9:59 pm)

    The Duke’s building is for sale? When was that originally posted?

  • coffee December 6, 2010 (10:52 pm)

    Yes, the Red Star Building, and the lot behind it which Swedish used to use for their cars is also part of the property. I thought this was taken off the market and then relisted this year.

    • WSB December 6, 2010 (11:24 pm)

      I don’t know that the listings were continuous – but just that they’ve been for sale, basically, for almost three years! I think there’s some law in real-estate land that you have to take a listing down for at least a while, lest it start to look sad “546 days on market” or whatever …

  • jsrekd December 7, 2010 (9:07 am)

    I guess 30′ isn’t too high! I know it reeks of “NIMBY”, but I really don’t want to look down on more rooftops ;-)

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