CenterCourt Retail

535 South Upper Lexington, KY 40508

535 South Upper, Lexington, KY, 40508
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FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Apr 09, 2021

Highlights

  • +/-13,431 SF retail center
  • Retail center is on the first floor of the CenterCourt mixed-use development
  • The 156 residential condominium units provide a built in customer base for CenterCourt's retail tenants
  • Retail customers may also use any of the 62 dedicated parking spaces in the attached parking garage
  • The new Cornerstone Exchange development located at the corner of Limestone and South Upper Streets consists of 23,000 SF mixed-use space on the ground floor with a new parking garage with over 900 new parking spaces; Cornerstone also includes a gamers lounge and food hall
  • Hub on Campus Lexington, a new +/-273,412 SF luxury apartment complex is located across the street; The complex includes 154 units with 492 beds and a 19,981 SF small-format Target store, the first location in Kentucky
  • Located within a block from Centercourt, the new UK Student Center that includes Barnes & Noble College that operates 782 campus bookstores nationwide
  • Located at Avenue of Champions and South Limestone, the newly redeveloped North Campus University Housing is comprised of 6 residence halls with 2,491 beds
  • The UK Healthcare Good Samaritan Hospital is a 180 licensed beds acute-care facility with more than 600 clinical and ancillary staff and a medical staff of more than 600 physicians
  • South Limestone between Avenue of Champions and Maxwell Street is home to a large number of food and nightlife establishments that cater to the student population
  • Rental Rate: $20.95 PSF NNN
  • NNN's estimated to be $7.55 PSF

Description

NAI Isaac is pleased to present CenterCourt located at 535 South Upper at the end of Euclid Avenue. Centercourt is across from the University of Kentucky and the new Hub on Campus Development. The retail space is on the first floor of the CenterCourt mixed-use development. The 156 residential condominium units provide a built in customer base for CenterCourt's retail tenants. Hub on Campus Lexington is a new +/-273,412 SF luxury apartment complex that includes 154 units with 492 beds and a 19,981 SF small-format Target store, the first in Kentucky.

Within a block from Centercourt, is the new UK Student Center that includes Barnes & Noble College that operates 782 campus bookstores nationwide and UK Healthcare Good Samaritan Hospital, a 180 licensed beds acute-care facility with more than 600 clinical and ancillary staff and a medical staff of more than 600 physicians.

CenterCourt is located at the intersection of South Upper Street and the Avenue of Champions (Euclid Avenue). Tenants will enjoy an exciting location one block from the University of Kentucky, just a few short blocks from Rupp Arena, and within easy walking distance to downtown Lexington. The average traffic count on South Upper in front of CenterCourt is 19,161 ('17) vehicles per day, putting your business in the center of activity.

Building Size: 13431sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

Suite 125
Space Available: 1573 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $20.95
Suite 175
Space Available: 1975 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $20.95

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