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Sonoma Cheese Factory Comes to Market After 75 Years

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Cushman & Wakefield was awarded the exclusive listing to sell the historic Sonoma Cheese Factory in Sonoma, CA. This is the first time the property has ever been made available for sale during its 75-year history.

Comprising over 11,420 square feet of prime retail, office and storage manufacturing space, the property is owned by the original family who developed it in 1945. The property is being introduced to the market for $4,275,000.

Located at 2 West Spain St., the property occupies a prominent location on Sonoma’s historic downtown Plaza. Offering unparalleled visibility and frontage at this national tourist destination, the property will be delivered vacant, making it a candidate to reposition it into a vibrant retail and commercial destination.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Don LeBuhn and Dan Wald are leading the sales assignment.

“This asset is truly a diamond in the rough and offers a wide variety of uses and potential redevelopment solutions,” said LeBuhn.

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