2060 Central Ave. Medical Office Building

2060 Central Avenue Augusta, GA 30904

 2060 Central Avenue, Augusta, GA, 30904
 2060 Central Avenue, Augusta, GA, 30904
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Last Verified:
Mar 31, 2021


  • Central location
  • Ample parking
  • Excellent visibility and access
  • New construction in 2001


Meybohm Commercial Properties is pleased to present this medical office building located in the Midtown District. The building contains 3,466 square feet of office space on one floor. The parking lot contains 29 spaces plus 2 Handicap spaces. This property is highly visible and has great access. Five restrooms, a waiting room, reception/admin area, 10 exam rooms, 2 offices, lab room, file area, break room, and utility closet.

Centrally located in the heart of the Midtown District on Central Avenue at the signalized intersection of Central Avenue and Heard Avenue. The property is within walking distance of University Hospital's Summerville Campus as well as The Summerville Campus of Augusta University. Only a short drive to the Medical District, Downtown Augusta and West Augusta.

Year Built: 2001
Building Size: 3466sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.51 acres

Units for Lease

3466 sf
Space Available: 3466 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $15.0

Map of 2060 Central Avenue, Augusta, GA, 30904

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