33 S Grant Ave

33 S Grant Ave Columbus, OH 43215

Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
May 19, 2017


  • Highly visible office buildings with character near the Grant Avenue and E Broad Street intersection
  • First floor offices: total of five private offices, two restrooms, a full kitchen, library, and fireplace
  • Hardwood floors throughout with carpet in the rear common area
  • Second floor offices: three private offices, two common areas, and two fireplaces
  • Circular staircase leading up to the second floor offices
  • Steps from Capital University Law School, the Motorist Building, the Seneca, and the Library


Stand alone multi use office or house with character throughout. Move in ready and ideal for legal, architecture, or co-working space. 3 offices downstairs all with built in shelving
and hardwood floors. Reception area, kitchen, file room, and all new appliances. 2 restrooms, three offices upstairs, two with built in shelving - 1 with fireplace - 1-2 possible assistant areas, 2 off street parking spaces available - Landlord can provide additional surface lot spaces. Ideal downtown office space.

The property is located at the corner of Grant Avenue and E Capital Street, just south of Broad Street. Located next to Grant Hospital, Capital University, and a block south of Hills Market and other restaurants.

Year Built: 1900
Building Size: 2786.0sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0.06 acres

Units for Lease

Lease Type: Modified Gross
Price Per Sqft/Year: $13.0

Map of 33 S Grant Ave, Columbus, OH, 43215


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