Office Space For Lease at 5400 Broken Sound Blvd

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Office Space For Lease at 5400 Broken Sound Blvd

Address

5400 Broken Sound Blvd NW
Boca Raton, FL 33431

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Property Type: Office
Base Rent: $10.95-$13.95
Listing Status: Leased

Property Description

14,900 SF of first class Office Space that can be broken up into various sized suites. Partially furnished with over 50 cubicles, Seperate entrance to parking.

Operating expenses of $9.00 per SF net of electric. Five day per week janitorial services are included.

Location Description

Located in the prestigious Arvida Park of Commerce in Boca Raton off Yamato Rd. on Broken Sound Blvd. Upscale park like setting.

Additional Information Site Highlights Units Available Demos/Traffic
Operating Expenses: $9.00
Min. Divisible Space: 6,400 SF
Max. Contiguous Space: 14,900 SF
Total SF Available: 14,900 SF
  • No Common Area Loss Factor
  • Easy I-95 Access
  • Ample Parking
  • Separate Private Entrance
  • On Site Management
  • Operating Expenses includes janitorial service
  • Electricity not included
  • Fully furnished

 

Suite# Tenant Floor Plans NNN Rate RSF
600 AVAILABLE    Floor Plan  $10.95 14,900 
601 AVAILABLE    Floor Plan
 $13.95 2,702 
602 AVAILABLE Floor Plan    $12.95  12,297 
Total Available      29,899
  Populations Households  Pop. % Growth     Income
         
  2011 2011 1990-2011 2011
1-mile radius  

2,332

1,204

102.25% 

$152,556

3-mile radius

68,341

29,890

31.26% 

$113,044

5-mile radius

204,068

96,895

26.47% 

$92,682

 


 

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