East Ocala Free Standing Bldg.

3617 NE 7th Street Ocala, FL 34470

3617 NE 7th Street, Ocala, FL, 34470
3617 NE 7th Street, Ocala, FL, 34470
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Free Standing Building
Last Verified:
Apr 23, 2021

Highlights

  • Great corner property, join new developments Wawa, Starbucks and Chase in the hot East Forty market
  • 3,679sf Retail / Office building & an attached 2,537sf canopy with 5 drive through lanes
  • Hard corner, Publix intersection, with light
  • Combined traffic count of 26,400 cars per day
  • Great visibility on NE 36th Avenue
  • Retail / Office use

Description

NAI Heritage is happy to offer this 3,679sf retail/office building For Lease. Building was formerly a Wells Fargo Branch office with five drive-through lanes. Property has great visibility and access from NE 36th Avenue and NE 7th Street with a combined traffic count of 26,400 cars per day. Property is zoned B2A and is on .87 acre of land. Marion County Parcel ID 27315-001-00. Call Beau Broker at NAI Heritage Commercial Real Estate for Industrial, Retail and Office brokerage solutions. We provide Landlord & Tenant Representation, Sale & Lease Brokerage, and Commercial Property Management throughout North Central Florida.

Located at the northeast corner of NE 36th Avenue and NE 7th Street at a lighted intersection.


Year Built: 1977
Building Size: 3679sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.87 acres

Units for Lease

3617
Space Available: 3679 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $20.0

Map of 3617 NE 7th Street, Ocala, FL, 34470

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