Palmetto Professional Park - Building H


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Palmetto Professional Park - Building H


22023 State Road 7
Boca Raton, FL 33428

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Property Type: Office
Price: $2,000,000
Listing Status: Sold


A rare opportunity for an OWNER/USER to own their own small building in Boca Raton. The building currently has 3,112 square feet available as of Jan. 1, 2004. This can be divided into 2 smaller suites (see attached space plan). Once any interested party has registered with us they will receive further financial information regarding the other tenant leases.

The current owner will provide financing for the right tenant.


Located at the SWC of Palmetto Park Rd and State Road #7 in Boca Raton, FL. Excellent Demographics and high traffic counts... see info below.

Additional Information Site Highlights Demos/Traffic
County: Palm Beach
Building Size: 7,008 SF

Prime West Boca Raton Location

On The Hard Corner Of Palmetto
Park & US 441

Perfect For Medical Use

Other Tenants: Eye Doctor &

Palmetto Prof Park Is Approximately
20,000 SF Of Professional & Medical
Owners In 8 Buildings

Demographics Summary:
Market Area          
Employees Pop. % Growth Income
  2002 2002 2002 1990-2002 2002
1-mile radius 13,112 5,125 16,452 6.80% $73,448
3-mile radius 83,018 34,228 31,560 23.00% $73,265
5-mile radius 187,411 77,299 93,562 25.73% $53,195



Traffic Data (Source:Palm Beach County)
Palmetto Park Road (East Of 441)       31,560
State Rd 7 / US 441 (South Of Palmetto Pk)     46,690
Total for Intersection:         78,250
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