Exchange Building: 3rd Floor Office Condo

201 S Monroe St Tallahassee, FL 32301

201 S Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL, 32301
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FOR SALE
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Amount:
$415,000
Last Verified:
May 29, 2018

Highlights

  • 3rd Floor Unit
  • 2876 +/-sf
  • Located at Monroe and College Ave
  • Onsite Parking Available in the Building Garage for monthly fee
  • 2 minute walk to Capital Complex, City Hall, and the County Courthouse

Description

Situated in the heart of downtown Tallahassee, at the Own Downtown corner of Monroe Street and College Avenue, the Historic Exchange Bank Building is a cornerstone in the history of Tallahassee. Originally built in 1927 , this 5-story landmark is constructed of buff brick with limestone trim and features unique terra-cotta wall ornamentation in a Neo-Egyptian and Greek design. The Exchange Bank Building was one of the first modern private office buildings in Tallahassee and one of the few downtown buildings to have maintained its architectural integrity.

Offered for sale is the 3rd floor office condominium unit consisting of approximately 2,876 +/- gross sq. ft. This floor features an efficient floor plan with 7 private offices and 3 admin/semi private office areas. Every office has a windows. There are two restrooms, a kitchen, mechanical/electrical room, and ample storage in most offices and in the hallway with built in cabinetry.

Condo Dues are currently $1600 per month and that includes utilities. Parking is available for lease from the condo association in the Exchange parking garage, directly behind the building for an additional cost per month.


Situated in the heart of downtown Tallahassee, at the Own Downtown corner of Monroe Street and College Avenue, the Historic Exchange Bank Building is a cornerstone in the history of Tallahassee. Originally built in 1927 , this 5-story landmark is constructed of buff brick with limestone trim and features unique terra-cotta wall ornamentation in a Neo-Egyptian and Greek design. The Exchange Bank Building was one of the first modern private office buildings in Tallahassee and one of the few downtown buildings to have maintained its architectural integrity.

Offered for lease is the 3rd floor office condominium unit consisting of approximately 2,876 +/- gross sq. ft. It is currently vacant. This floor features ______________ 5 offices, every office has a window, 2 secretarial areas with windows, 1 extra large conference room or private executive office, 2 restrooms, a kitchen, mechanical/electrical room, and ample storage in most offices and in the hallway with built in cabinetry.

Tenant pays own utilities. Parking is available for lease from the condo association in the Exchange parking garage, directly behind the building for additional cost per month.

Corner of Monroe Street and College Avenue. 1 block from the State Capitol, County Courthouse, and City Hall.


Year Built: 1928
Building Size: 2876.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.07 acres

Map of 201 S Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL, 32301

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