Beltline Business Center

2225 E. Beltline Rd Carrollton, TX 75006

FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Industrial
Last Verified:
Jul 09, 2020


Description

Conveniently situated in well established location offering modern flex and office space to suit with ample parking and marquee slot signage available.

The existing tenant base is made up of manufacturers, parts and materials distributors, and small businesses. Healthy leasing activity in North Stemmons/Valwood has led well-below metro norms vacancies over recent years. The submarket has been adding about 1 million SF of inventory every year since 2017. The construction pipeline is still stable, with 430,000 SF of new space currently underway. North Stemmons/Valwood is one of the most actively traded submarkets in the metro.

The Dallas-Fort Worth industrial market has been performing well to start 2020, thanks to the metro's robust job and population growth. At an average of $6.40/SF, rents in North Stemmons/Valwood are slightly below the DFW metro average. At 4.2%, rent growth has remained positive and remains one of the leading large metros.


Year Built: 1970
Building Size: 58087.0sq ft
Lot Size: 19.71 acres

Units for Lease

Vacant
Space Available: 100 SF
Lease Type: Full Service

Price Per Sqft/Year: $36.0
Vacant
Space Available: 5000 SF
Lease Type: Full Service

Price Per Sqft/Year: $8.5

Map of 2225 E. Beltline Rd, Carrollton, TX, 75006

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