Boca Raton Warehouse Condo

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Boca Raton Warehouse Condo

Address

4724 2nd Ave
Boca Raton, FL 33431

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Property Type: Office
Price: $195,800
Listing Status: Sold

Description

This Class B warehouse condo (Ste. E-7/8) contains approximately 1,780 SF and is ideally located just east of I-95 and immediately south of Yamato Road in Boca Raton, FL. This warehouse is perfect for anyone seeking to make an investment in a highly desirable property and market area or for the purpose of ownership/occupant. There is a full size roll-up door along with a built up mezzanine and high ceilings throughout. The premises do not currently have a bathroom or offices, however, there is sewer and water in the premises. This property is perfect for any manufacturing, distributing or warehousing company. * Association Fees:
$530 per quarter

Location

Located just south of Yamato Road and just east of NW 2nd Avenue (Boca Raton Blvd.), this property is conveniently located within 2 minutes of I-95 and 5-10 minutes to the Florida Turnpike.  The property is located within an industrial block of buildings and there is ample parking to serve all tenants. Within walking distance of this property are numerous restaurants, coffee shops, bars and retail establishments.

Additional Information Site Highlights
Building Size: 1,780 SF
Min. Divisible Space: 1,780 SF
Max. Contiguous Space: 1,780 SF
Year Built: 1982

• Below Market Pricing

• Minutes to All Parkways

• Ample Parking for all Tenants

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