Crown Point Office Park

2210 NW 40th Terrace Suite B Gainesville, FL 32605

Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Jul 09, 2021


  • Ample parking
  • T.I allowance available
  • N.W Business District


1,100 SF extremely attractive office space located within the prestigious Crown Pointe Office Park, in highly desirable NW Gainesville's business district. Space offers. private offices, reception, kitchenette, large open work area and plenty of storage. Landlord shall offer Tenant Improvement Allowance subject to terms. Please contact listing agent for details

The northwest quadrant may be considered the financial district of Gainesville with a multitude of office space lining NW 43rd Street and NW 53rd Avenue. This area also has several strong inline retail centers with large big box anchors such as Publix and Fresh Market and exciting leasing opportunities for new businesses. Thornebrooke Village is also located along the northwest business corridor and features smaller, locally-owned businesses including retail shops, restaurants, and a branch of Gainesville Health and Fitness. The northwest quadrant is less student-oriented with more of a family demographic and tends to see less traffic density compared to the Archer Road and Downtown areas of Gainesville. However, this area still has a strong consumer base with one of the top-producing Publix locations in the Southeast.

Building Size: 1100sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

B & C
Space Available: 1100 SF
Lease Type: Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $17.0

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