303 S Collins St, Plant City, FL, 33563

303 S Collins St Plant City, FL 33563

303 S Collins St, Plant City, FL, 33563
303 S Collins St, Plant City, FL, 33563
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Sep 13, 2018


Barkett Realty proudly offers 303 S Collins St retail storefront. Previously occupied by a single tenant, this 2,090 square foot unit can easily be subdivided into two 1,045 sqft units. Each storefront features their own private entrance along S. Collins St and exit to the parking lot in the rear. The space offers direct frontage along South Collins St and on-site parking, a rarity in Historic Plant City. This building is located just outside the Midtown Redevelopment Project and is adjacent to the train tracks. These units present the opportunity to lock in your lease rate before the redevelopment project begins.

Gorgeous, renovated mixed use building located in the heart of Downtown Plant City. The building offers superior visibility with a western exposure along the heavily traveled S Collins St which turns into James L Redman Parkway.
The Location is right in the heart of downtown on the corner with 2 entrances, lots of windows, super high ceilings, commercial exit doors ADA bathroom Exposed rafters, private bath and tons of space. Come see this awesome retail space.

Building Size: 2090.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

303 S Collins St
Space Available: 2090 SF
Lease Type: Modified Net

Price Per Sqft/Year: $12.0
303 B S Collins St
Space Available: 1000 SF
Lease Type: Modified Net

Price Per Sqft/Year: $16.0

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