Downtown Freestanding Building

337 & 341 East High Street Lexington, KY 40507

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FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Apr 21, 2017


The site is located on East High Street near the intersection of Rose Street. 337 East High Street has close proximity to downtown and the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky has over 26,000 students and over 11,000 employees.Presently, +/-10,500 employees are working in Lexington’s Central Business District. Additionally, four major medical centers attracting over 6,500 patient visits per day and with over 8,350 employees are within a 1½ mile distance. These factors provide a strong business base from the working population.

1,272 SF freestanding building with adjacent parking lot
Located in downtown Lexington near the intersection of East High and Rose Streets
Adjacent to Common Grounds Coffee House
Zoned B-2, Downtown Business
Rental Rate: $1,500 per month
Building Size: 1272.0sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

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Building
Lease Type: NNN
Price Per Sqft/Year: $14.15

Map of 337 & 341 East High Street, Lexington, KY, 40507

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