New Construction - Retail/ Office for Lease - 202 - 236 SE 5th Avenue

Properties for Lease

New Construction - Retail/ Office for Lease - 202 - 236 SE 5th Avenue

Address

202-236 SE 5th Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33483

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Property Type: Office
Base Rent: $44.00/ PSF Modified Gross
Listing Status: Active

Contact Info

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

 

 

 

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Property Description

A new mixed-use project consisting of a 122-room hotel with restaurant/lounge and meeting rooms; 35 condominium units; 6,280 sq. ft. of retail space; and structured parking all at one great location. Situated in the heart of Delray's downtown SOFA District is in an ideal location to enjoy all the shops, restaurants and entertainment venues along Atlantic Avenue. Retail and office space available immediately - please call for more information.

Location Description

Located only two blocks south of downtown Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, this property is one of the newest properties to be developed in the CBD of Delray Beach. The commercial spaces all front directly on Federal Highway (aka SE 5th Avenue) providing great visibility to all pedestrian and vehicular traffic. 

Additional Information Site Highlights Units Available
Building Size: 6,280 SF
Min. Divisible Space: 667 SF
Max. Contiguous Space: 2,511 SF
Total SF Available: 6,280 SF
Year Built: 2018

Attractive Lease Terms 

Walking Distance to Dozens of Restaurants, Bars and Retailers

Brand new construction 

Spaces from 667 to 2,511 SF

Indoor parking garage available for all tenants and customers

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