1925 SE 29th St. Industrial

1925-1927 SE 29th St Oklahoma City, OK 73129

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Aug 26, 2022


  • Two 12' by 14' overhead doors
  • Fenced and graveled yard
  • Close access to I-35 & I-40
  • Fully insulated and heated building
  • Industrial zoning


Brand new industrial development with frontage along SE 29th Street, just west of S. Eastern Avenue. This 7,500 square foot building can be occupied as a whole or split into two 3,250 square foot suites, based on a tenant's needs. The building has two large 12' X 14' overhead doors, two bathrooms and fenced/graveled yard space. Being less than a mile from I-35 and 2 miles from I-40 allows for quick access to all of the OKC metro.

This property is located on the corner of S. Eastern Avenue and SE 29th Street, in the heart of one of Oklahoma City's most prominent industrial corridors. Both northbound and southbound I-35 on/off ramps are less than 1 mile away which reduces travel times and fuel costs.

Building Size: 7500sq ft
Lot Size: 4.25 acres


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1925 SE 29th St
Space Available: 3250 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Month: $12.00
1927 SE 29th St
Space Available: 3250 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Month: $12.00

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