Once in a generation opportunity to own a piece of Petaluma history: the Italianate style Mutual Relief Building on Petaluma’s “Iron Front Row”. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, 25 Western Avenue was designed by renowned San Francisco Bay Area architect John M. Curtis in 1885. This building is zoned mixed-use, allowing both residential and a multitude of commercial ventures. Beautifully restored and highly visible, this three-story masterpiece is located on the prime corner of Western Avenue and Kentucky Street, in charming downtown Petaluma. If Petaluma had a Park Place and Boardwalk, this would be it!
With an interior fit for a Queen, this building features a grand staircase leading to the upper floors, a 1,500 square foot ballroom with soaring ceilings, built-in glass cabinetry, faux metal ceiling, fireplace, a walk-in bank vault and hardwood floors throughout
The first floor is fully leased to anchor tenants J. Fermi and Prodigy Hairdressing. The second floor is currently leased to residential tenants on a month-to-month basis. The third floor is minimally occupied and ready for value add opportunities. There is also a large partially finished basement, which presents multiple opportunities. The building has been earthquake retrofitted and a new fire suppression system has been installed on all four floors. Enjoy the added convenience of two large parking structures nearby, including a 330+ space garage just one half-block from the building.