Class B Flex in Seaport Business Park- Large Office Buildout

65 Parker Street, Unit 2 Newburyport, MA 01950

65 Parker Street, Unit 2, Newburyport, MA, 01950
65 Parker Street, Unit 2, Newburyport, MA, 01950
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Mar 28, 2019


  • High Quality Buildout
  • Large % Office Space
  • Ideal location within Newburyport and surrounding markets


Offered For Lease is this 5,368sf Flex Unit in the Seaport Business Park, featuring approximately 2,300sf of quality office buildout on the first floor, approximately 768sf warehouse/ shop floor space with 16' wall height in the back and approximately 2,300sf additional space in the mezzanine. This unit has a kitchenette and two restrooms on the first floor.

Only two miles from I-95, this location is in close proximity to the MBTA Commuter Rail Stop/Parking Lot, Newburyport Walking Trail the Newburyport Courthouse, Dexter Industrial Park, and downtown Newburyport. Seaport Business Park was recently repaved and has professionally maintained landscaping. A very nice patio area is available for impromptu meetings or lunches with business park neighbouring tenants.

This is a NNN lease, the tenant will pay taxes and condo fees (CAM & insurance) in addition to base rent and utilities. NNN fees are approximately $1,016 per month. Tenant should not rely on specific measurements, as they were obtained from municipal records and landlord estimates.

Located in the Seaport Business Park in Newburyport, very close to Route 1 and Newburyport commuter rail station.

Year Built: 1988
Building Size: 5368.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

Unit 2
Space Available: 5368 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $7.15

Map of 65 Parker Street, Unit 2, Newburyport, MA, 01950

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