Downtown Historic Office Space

116 E Dayton St Madison, WI 53703

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FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Jun 08, 2017

Highlights

  • Historic Building 1 Block from Capitol Square
  • Original woodwork & stained glass
  • 3,000 SF plus attic & basement/storage garage included
  • New electrical & HVAC
  • On site free parking

Description

Historic Building

Historic Building, original woodwork, some original fixtures, fireplace, stained glass windows, 2 floors plus basement/garage and attic. Reception, conference room, break room/kitchenette, open work spaces, offices. New electrical, newer HVAC system, with mix of boiler and forced air. 3,000 SF plus attic and basement storage with garage. Tenant pays all expenses except tax and insurance. On site free parking. Also for sale at $695,000 or with neighboring building at 118 E. Dayton for a total of $995,000.

Situated on E Dayton St, between N Hamilton and N Pinckney, across from the Madison Children's Museum.


Year Built: 1914
Building Size: 4500.0sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0.13 acres

Units for Lease

116 E Dayton St
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Price Per Sqft/Year: $22.0

Map of 116 E Dayton St, Madison, WI, 53703

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