Delray Professional Offices

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Delray Professional Offices

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701 SE 6th Ave
Delray Beach, FL 33483

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Property Type: Office
Base Rent: $20.00/psf Gross + Elect.
Listing Status: Active

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Property Description

Short term leases will be considered! This Class B office building contains 2 stories and approximately 13,000 square feet of office space.  There is currently 3,310 SF  that is available.  The office space is perfect for any group of professionals or for a corporate office and contains 6 offices, break room, conference room, reception area and lots of windows. Located only 6 blocks south of downtown Atlantic Avenue, this location offers numerous food, drink and shopping locations within minutes of this property.  Locally owned and managed since 1983.

 

Location Description

Located directly on northbound Federal Highway (aka SE 6th Ave), only 6 blocks south of trendy Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach.  Linton Blvd. is only  a few blocks to the south as well providing another roadway to I-95.  Within walking distance of this property are numerous restaurants, coffee shops, bars and retail establishments.

Additional Information Site Highlights
Shopping Center GLA: 13,012
Min. Divisible Space: 1,500 SF
Max. Contiguous Space: 3,310 SF
Total SF Available: 3,310 SF
  • Short term leases will be considered! 
  • Extremely Attractive Lease Terms
  • Highly Visible to Federal Highway
  • Ample Parking for all Tenants
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