102 NE 6th Avenue

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102 NE 6th Avenue


102 NE 6th Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33483
Delray Beach, FL 33483
United States

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Property Type: Office
Base Rent: $ 40/ psf
Listing Status: Leased

Contact Info

Gary Broidis
Direct: 561-447-8610 Ext. 12
Cell: 561-703-9298

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Property Description

Very rare and hard to find building in Downtown Delray Beach!! This free-standing building of approx. 1,500SF is beautifully maintained and appointed inside. There are 3 private offices, reception area, open area for 2-3 administrators, 2 bathrooms (one with a shower) plus an attic accessible by stairs for additional storage.  The property also has a private parking lot with 8 parking spaces exclusively for tenant.  Additionally, there is a beautiful outdoor patio area covered by trees that provide a wonderful area for breaks and conversations.

Location Description

Located directly on Federal Highway (northbound), just one block north of Atlantic Avenue and directly across the street from the Atlantic Crossing project that is currently under construction.  This property is walking distance to dozens of restaurants, bars and coffee shops on Atlantic Avenue.

Additional Information Site Highlights
Building Size: 1,500SF
Operating Expenses: Tenant Pays for Electric
Min. Divisible Space: 1,500 SF
Max. Contiguous Space: 1,500 SF
Total SF Available: 20,000

Rare Free-Standing Building in Downtown Delray Beach

Highly Visible to Federal Highway

Eight (8) Parking Spaces exclusive for Tenant

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