Lodi calls itself the Zinfandel capital of the world, and it produces world-famous wine at its 80 different wineries. Lodi is the fourth-largest city in San Joaquin County, so despite its numerous vineyards, the area provides a blend of country and city living.
Lodi owes its origin to the Central Pacific Railroad, which placed a station in the area in 1869. However, it would not be until 1906 that the city was officially incorporated.
In recent years, the city has had major expansions in retail, including Reynolds Ranch at the southeast corner of Highway 99 and Harney Lane and Sunwest Village off Lower Sacramento Road and Kettleman Lane.
You can find wineries and prime agricultural real estate in Lodi. If you’re looking to explore the region’s ferocious appetite for new retail, Lodi is another excellent place to invest.
Northgate Commercial Real Estate has been active in San Joaquin County for more than a decade. We understand the unique combination of opportunities and pressures that make Lodi the city it is.
Get in touch with Northgate today and let us help you with your commercial real estate needs.