600 SE 5th Ave (Federal Highway)

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600 SE 5th Ave (Federal Highway)

Address

600 SE 5th Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33483

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Property Type: Retail
Base Rent: $30 /SF/Year
Listing Status: Leased

Property Description

Brand new 12,000 SF first class shopping center planned. Land Lease & Build to Suit considered. Parking ratio 6/1000. Excellent signage, frontage, and visibility on Southbound Federal Highway, 6 blocks south of Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach. Project is in architectural design phase at the present time. All alternative suite sizes and building designs to meet your clients needs will be considered.

 

Location Description

Located on southbound Federal Highway (US 1) 6 blocks south of Atlantic Ave in Delray Beach Florida. Excellent Signage, Frontage and Visibilty.

Additional Information Site Highlights Units Available
Property ID: 19103641
Min. Divisible Space: 1,100 SF
Max. Contiguous Space: 6,566 SF
Total SF Available: 12,000 SF
  • Available First Quarter of 2016
  • Parking Ratio 6/1000
  • Traffic Count 17,000 Cars Per Day
  • Operating Expenses to be Determined
  • Commission Split 3% of the Net
  • Local Owner and Property Manager

Space 1

  • 1,100 SF
  • $30 /SF/Year
  • Strip Center
  • NNN
  • Mar 2016
  • 3.00%

Space 2

  • 1,100 SF
  • $30 /SF/Year
  • Strip Center
  • Mar 2016

 

 

Space 3

  • 6,566 SF
  • $30 /SF/Year
  • Strip Center
  • 1,100 SF
  • Mar 2016

 

Space 4

  • 5,466 SF
  • $30 /SF/Year
  • Strip Center
  • 1,100 SF
  • Mar 2016
 
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