901 Farmington Ave, 3rd Floor, Unit 2

11 Skinner Street East Hampton, CT 06424

11 Skinner Street, East Hampton, CT, 06424
11 Skinner Street, East Hampton, CT, 06424
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Jan 23, 2019


  • 2990sf of continuous space
  • Recent updates
  • 36 Off-Street parking spots with designation available
  • Corner of Farminton Ave and Trout Brook Drive
  • ADT of 16200 vehicles
  • Located just a short walk away from West Hartford Center and Blue Back Square


This 2990sf built-out office space is available for sublease and has been recently renovated.

West Hartford is located just 5 miles from downtown Hartford, and with a population of just over 60,000 claims itself as Connecticut’s 11th most populous town. Many know West Hartford for the downtown area, West Hartford Center, which is home to many renowned restaurants and shops, as well as many small businesses. West Hartford Center attracts many people from neighboring cities and towns as an upscale downtown area, a truly one of a kind place. West Hartford is home to the Westfarms Mall as well as many other retail stores and restaurants. West Hartford has Interstate-84 run right by the town and also offers the CT Transit as public transportation. West Hartford prides itself on the success of its growth and development.

Year Built: 1966
Building Size: 14050.0sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0.63 acres

Units for Lease

901 Farmington Ave, 3rd Floor, Unit 2
Space Available: 2990 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $20.0

Map of 11 Skinner Street, East Hampton, CT, 06424

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