3654sf Freestanding Retail at I-495 Exit

106 Marston St Lawrence, MA 01841

106 Marston St, Lawrence, MA, 01841
106 Marston St, Lawrence, MA, 01841
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Free Standing Building
Last Verified:
Jan 16, 2019

Highlights

  • Prime Location, Great Visibility
  • High Volume Traffic Location
  • Large Single Garage Bay in Rear
  • Landlord Will Consider Subdividing Space

Description

Offered for lease is this freestanding retail building in a prime location! This 3,654sf high visibility retail property directly off I-495 Exit for Marston Street in Lawrence is available for lease. Formerly occupied by national tenant Fastenal, this property can be leased in its entirety or the owner is willing to subdivide. Lease terms will be negotiated depending on the need of the tenant. Ample parking, high visibility signage. The space is characterized by showroom/ retail in front and garage/ warehouse/ retail in the back.

This is an extremely high traffic location marked by residential and commercial traffic. Neighboring businesses include Dunkin Donuts, Commonwealth Auto dealerships, Lawrence General Hospital and more, as well as being close to downtown Lawrence. This space is ideal for many different types of business. NNN Lease.

Located just off the Marston St exit off I-495.


Year Built: 1955
Building Size: 3654.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.24 acres

Units for Lease

106 Marston
Space Available: 3654 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $20.0

Map of 106 Marston St, Lawrence, MA, 01841

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