2,400 SF Office Space in Allentown

333 W Union Street Allentown, PA 18102

Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
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Last Verified:
Mar 25, 2023


  • 2,400 SF of Move-in Ready Office Space
  • Private Offices, Open Work Stations, Meeting Space, Restrooms and Kitchenette
  • 5-year Term with 5-year Option to Renew
  • On-site Parking with 42 Free Surface Spaces


This well maintained, two story, multi-tenant flex building, with atrium entrance in the front of the building, has office space for lease. The units are ideal for a law office, sales or marketing company, staffing service, or other professional or commercial use. The owner might also consider a sale or sale-leaseback to an owner/operator or investor. Public utilities.

Second floor also contains 2,100 SF of unimproved area for storage or additional office fit-out.

The property is prominently located on Union Street between 3rd Street and Jordan Creek, just northeast of where MLK Jr. Drive merges into Union Street. Major routes nearby include American Parkway and Hamilton Street. The area is densely populated with commercial and residential properties.

Building Size: 17325sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.95 acres


333 W Union St 2,400 SF Lease Brochure

Units for Lease

Suite 2-C
Space Available: 2400 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Month: $11.95

Map of 333 W Union Street, Allentown, PA, 18102

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