Delray Oasis Business Park

Properties for Lease

Delray Oasis Business Park

Address

1201-1319 N. Federal Highway
Delray Beach, FL 33483

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Property Type: Office
Base Rent: $35.00- $45.00
Listing Status: Active

Contact Info

Gary Broidis
Cell: 561-703-9298
gary@atlanticcg.com

 

 

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Property Description

Five unique and beautifully renovated office buildings, situated in a lovely park setting with a large parking area. This property offers an opportunity for various businesses to locate in Delray Beach, a short distance from Atlantic Avenue. The owner is in the process of creating a 12 foot high monument sign facing federal highway for all tenants at property. 

Location Description

Directly located on Federal Highway at the Northeast corner of Federal Highway and Bond Way, approximately 12 blocks north of Atlantic Avenue. 

Additional Information Site Highlights Units Available
Building Size: 14,000
Operating Expenses: $9.00
Min. Divisible Space: 400 SF
Max. Contiguous Space: 2,400 SF
Total SF Available: 15,900

Located in the affluent shopping and dining district of Delray Beach

Minutes from the waterfront

Convenient access to I-95, the Turnpike, Federal Highway and the beaches and Highways A1A

 

Recent News

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Former Office Depot HQ in Delray Beach sells for $33M to make way for mixed-use project

A joint venture led by 13th Floor Investments, Key International and CDS International just bought the former Office Depot headquarters in Delray Beach for $33 million, with plans to redevelop the property into one of the biggest projects in the city’s history.