Glades Road-Office Space for Lease


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Glades Road-Office Space for Lease


2250 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431

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Property Type: Office
Base Rent: $16.00
Listing Status: Active

Contact Info

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

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Property Description

Direct Glades Road exposure with Monument Signage exclusively for Tenant!!  Lowest rent in Central Boca Raton with Glades Road signage!! This space contains 3,272 SF and contains 8 offices/exam rooms (no water), executive office, 2 additional offices/break rooms/file room, open area of approx. 800SF and waiting room/conference room.  Private bathrooms located within the premises and direct elevator access to premises.  Ample parking and great visibility of this building makes it very attractive for any business seeking to locate in Central Boca, close to dozens of restaurants, bars, coffee shops and services. Locally owned and managed.

Location Description

This building is located 1 minute west of Interstate 95 on Glades Road in Boca Raton.

Additional Information Site Highlights
County: Palm Beach
Operating Expenses: $12.00 + Elec & Jan
Min. Divisible Space: 3,272 SF Full Floor
Max. Contiguous Space: 3,272 SF Full Floor
Total SF Available: 3,272 SF Full Floor
Occupancy: Immediately
  • Monument Signage Directly on Glades Road
  • Free Standing Building
  • Central Boca Raton - Glades Road Frontage
  • Ample Parking
  • Fully Built Out - Plug and Play - Immediate Occupancy
  • Light and Bright
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