1.85 m/l acres. Hard corner ready for mixed-use development.
The potential of the port access bridge, which is under construction, the richness of Walnut Grove TND, and the convenience that comes with its proximity to I-10 and I-10 are such that the corner of Lake and Sallier offers the ultimate in locational advantages now and in the future!
A wetland's determination and completed mitigation have already been obtained, with a pond purposefully remaining for likely use as a water feature. A Phase One study has been completed, resulting in a recommendation that a Phase Two study is unnecessary.
Owner financing is possible.
Because the property is zoned "mixed-use," a professional office development facing Sallier and Lake is a likely use as well as multi-family at the back of the property. For your convenience, here is a link to the zoning map of Lake Charles. Learn more about the mixed-use category by visiting pages 58-63 of the City of Lake Charles Zoning Ordinance.
As indicated on the image to the right, a separate listing, also zoned mixed-use, is contiguous to this property. This image shows the combination of both listings.
By combining these two properties, a 3+ acre multi-family development close to Christus Oschner Hospital and Bayou Pines can be achieved. The end result would also result in frontage on three streets.
This link leads to a survey. The frontage dimensions are:
- 241' on Lake Street
- 310' on W. Sallier
This link leads to a custom brochure that includes maps and images relating to this property, including the location of the bridge under construction.