Addison Center - Retail/Medical Spaces for Lease

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Addison Center - Retail/Medical Spaces for Lease

Address

16110 Jog Road
Delray Beach, FL 33446

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Property Type: Retail
Base Rent: $20.00 - $25.00
Listing Status: Leased

Property Description

Premier first class medical office, 12,991 sq. ft., for lease in a Class A medical office building. This is a perfect space for a user seeking a leasing opportunity in the Delray Beach area.

Location Description

Conveniently located on the South East corner of Jog Road and Linton Blvd. and accessible to both I-95 and the Turnpike. Addison Center is anchored by Publix and Walgreens Pharmacy which makes this space perfect for doctors and employees commuting from Broward and Palm Beach counties.

Additional Information Site Highlights Demos/Traffic
County: Palm Beach County
Building Size: 2,991 SF
Operating Expenses: $9.71
Max. Contiguous Space: 2,991 SF

Single story medical office building

South East corner of Jog Road and Linton Blvd.

Accessible to both I-95 and the Turnpike.

Two strong anchor tenants: Publix and Walgreens Pharmacy.

Numerous amenities nearby including anchors, restaurants, banking, and Starbucks.

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Traffic Data (Source: FDOT)
Jog Road North of Linton Blvd  

35,000

Jog Road South of Linton Blvd   31,000
Linton Blvd East of Jog Road   27,000
Linton Blvd West of Jog Road  

28,500

Total          121,000
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