Southeast Nashville’s most successful full-service car wash is now available for purchase…for the first time, ever. Dirty Car Car Wash was first developed in 2007. The like-new, 5000 SF building sits on 1.7 acres with a huge daily traffic count (32,000 vehicles daily on Bell Road and 27,000 vehicles daily on Murfreesboro Pike).
The 100 ft. friction tunnel was constructed with high quality equipment from Sonny’s, Belanger and Proto-vest. Upgraded grill brushes are being installed now.
Men’s and women’s restrooms located off the customer waiting area, office, storage, detail bay, two vacuum systems and security system. Easy conversion to an exterior express drive-thru wash if buyer so desires. Buyer may increase the speed and capacity of the wash by replacing the rain water retention pond with a tank system.
Memberships of $8,400 are charged to customers credit cards automatically each month. $18 average wash. Experienced owner has operated family-owned washes in the area for 30 years and is now preparing for retirement. Historical revenue numbers available to qualified buyers.
The property is located in the Nashville community of Antioch which is the fastest growing area in all of Nashville. The area grew from 35,771 residents in 1990 to 90,073 in 2015, and its growth from 2010 to 2015 exceeded Nashville as a whole, according to Census figures. Southeast Nashville is the fastest-growing area of Davidson County.
Today, Antioch is a resurgent community that is hitting its stride. “Antioch is going to be the place to be,” said Metro Councilwoman Jacobia Dowell (District 32), who represents the area. “It’s going to be the second urban center of our city.”
The future of Antioch involves major investments by businesses such as Asurion, Bridgestone Americas, TriStar Medical Group, Community Health Systems, LKQ car-parts distributor and others as well as a 600-acre regional park, which is poised to become a new community point of pride and for gathering.
Many believe Antioch is one of the most dynamic, culturally, racially and socioeconomically diverse and interesting places in Metro Nashville.
Employers know this reality, which is why they are investing their money and creating jobs there. They see a healthy middle-class population willing to work, play and shop.
“We’ve got an exploding community there full of diversity, full of new Americans,” said Shawn Joseph, director of Metro Nashville Public Schools. “We can’t build schools fast enough.”
City leaders have been actively addressing the needs, making infrastructure, library, community center and green space investments, but the rapid growth makes it hard to keep up.
- Price: $3,250,000
- Area: 1.70 Acre Lot (73,962 SF)
- Phone Number: 615-603-9770
- Space (s.f.): 5,000 SF