Audelia Square

13340 Audelia Road Dallas, TX 75243

13340 Audelia Road, Dallas, TX, 75243
13340 Audelia Road, Dallas, TX, 75243
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
May 26, 2021

Highlights

  • Great Location!!!
  • Good Tenant Mix
  • High Traffic Intersection

Description

Audelia Square is an excellent place to start your new business!!! This property is located at the busy intersection of Buckingham & Audelia, in a quiet neighborhood surrounded by apartments and homes.

Property located on the SE corner of Audelia and Buckingham. 1 block from Hong Kong Market and other great properties.


Year Built: 1980
Building Size: 30472sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

Suite 100
Space Available: 1430 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Suite 106
Space Available: 1500 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Suite 108
Space Available: 2000 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Suite 108-112
Space Available: 3800 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Suite 112
Space Available: 1800 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Suite 116 - Shell
Space Available: 1200 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Suite 120
Space Available: 4543 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Suite 124
Space Available: 4214 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Suite 126
Space Available: 720 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Suite 128 - Shell
Space Available: 1050 SF
Lease Type: NNN
Billboard
Space Available: 500 SF
Lease Type:

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