315 Catoma Street

315 Catoma St Montgomery, AL 36104

315 Catoma St, Montgomery, AL, 36104
315 Catoma St, Montgomery, AL, 36104 315 Catoma St, Montgomery, AL, 36104
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Amount:
Please Call Broker for Price

Last Verified:
Jul 21, 2022

Highlights

  • This Central downtown office building has its own 14 parking spaces on-site
  • Build to Suit office Space with 1 Bathroom and Breakroom
  • OPPORTUNITY ZONE in Prime Downtown Location
  • With in walking distance of the Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center, the Heights, the 79 Commerce & the River Front.
  • 4,000+ Students enrolled at Troy University Montgomery within 2 blocks
  • 1.2±Miles from the State Capital
  • 1.1±Miles from I-85/I-65 Interchange
  • 2.0± Miles from Maxwell Air Force Base: Serving 25,000 Active Duty, Guard, Reserves, Contractors, and Retirees. The Air Force University is attended by 20,000 Annually.

Description

Moore Company is pleased to 315 Catoma St. An OPPORTUNITY ZONE in Prime Downtown Location. This property is adjacent to the Montgomery Performing Arts Center and Within Close Proximity to Prime Historical Tourist Destinations, Riverfront. This build to suit office space is located in the Central Business District with 35,826 CBD Employees in a 1-mile radius.

Catoma St Downtown Montgomery


Year Built: 2007
Building Size: 1375sq ft
Building Class: A
Lot Size: 0.4 acres


Documents

Lease Brochure_ 315 Catoma St

Units for Lease

315
Space Available: 1375 SF
Lease Type: Modified Net

Price Per Sqft/Month: $22.50

Map of 315 Catoma St, Montgomery, AL, 36104

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