Excellent location for a dispensary in the City of Los Angeles, Wilshire Community Plan. Ideal for a qualified Phase 3 Social Equity Applicant, and/or an Operator paired with one; also ideal for a Phase 1 license holder in the Wilshire Community Plan. Located on a heavily trafficked intersection of 6th Street and the vibrant South La Brea Avenue, this signalized corner offers high-visibility, abundant foot-traffic, and proximity to the renowned “Miracle Mile and Hancock Park.” Currently built out as two suites in total. The suites benefit from the “prime-on-prime” exposure, with nearly 44,000 average daily vehicles passing by on S La Brea Avenue and over 22,000 average daily vehicles from 6th Street. Suites have high ceilings, an open floor plan, and over 200’ of wraparound exposure with additional 3 access points via an alley in total. Highly walkable from a plethora of national and local retailers and dining options including Iconic Flagship La Brea Bakery, Hornburg Land Rover and Jaguar, Target, Republique, Moda Yoga, Sweetgreen, Blue Lane Cafe and much more. This established commercial corridor has thrived due to strong surrounding demographics. Immediately surrounding the property, the average household income in a one-mile radius is over $125,000, and within three miles over 525,000 people contribute to a consumer spending total of an impressive $6.5 billion. Ample street parking. 5,252.7 sq. ft. zoned for dispensary operations. Water, power, trash and sewer service all in place. Construction by a former tenant for the build out of a 2,095 sq. ft. dispensary was begun and halted; completion of the build out is needed. The remaining 3,157.7 sq. ft. of additional space is immediately adjacent to the dispensary site. $9 per sq ft for 5,252.7 sq. ft. and $13 per sq. ft. if only leasing 2,095 sq. ft. NNN expense estimated at .85 per sq. ft. per month.Located on a heavily trafficked corner, at La Brea Avenue and 6th Street, one block north of Wilshire Boulevard and the new Purple Metro Line stop at Wilshire. Surrounded by popular retail stores, including Target, restaurants, such as Republique and La Brea Bakery and other businesses, such as the Hornburg Jaguar car dealership. Ample street parking. Previously used as part of a home design center. Construction for the build out of a dispensary by a former tenant was begun and halted; completion of the build out is needed. NDA and POF required.