Nevada Station

Nevada station was designed by prominent local architect, Michael Kent Murphy, and built by Ron Meyer in 1993.

Located in the heart of Auburn, adjacent to the Placer County administrative offices and the Auburn multi-modal bus & train hub, this facility has easy access to both SR 49 and I-80.

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This Class “A” complex successfully captures the feel of the Auburn area and its rich railroad heritage.
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Nevada Station is a two story building of 16,810 square feet, appropriately zoned for office use. The owner is the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA), who is also a tenant in the complex.

Nevada Station offers:

  • A comprehensive, competitive leasing package
  • The best possible location for public and private transportation needs
  • On-site property management featuring preventative oriented policies
  • Elevator (ADA compliant)
  • An exceptionally positive workplace environment
  • City of Auburn C-1 zoning (business, professional, bank, medical/dental offices permitted)
Nevada Station is immediately adjacent to the Auburn Multi-Modal Center, featuring the following public transportation service providers:

Auburn Transit  - serves greater Auburn Area

Placer County Transit - serves Highway 49, Sierra College, Sacramento Light Rail, Roseville Galleria Mall

Gold Country Stage  - Nevada County/Auburn service

Capitol Corridor (Amtrak) - Colfax, Auburn, Rocklin, Roseville, Sacramento, to Bay Area

For more information or to view the property, contact:

Mike Fluty or Thomas Pagan
Coldwell Banker Grass Roots Realty
4035 Grass Valley Hwy, Suite E Auburn, CA 95602