Former Call Center Available for Sublease

2801 Valley Road Harrisburg, PA 17110

Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Sep 14, 2021


  • Space availability from +/- 25,000 SF to 102,948 S
  • Furniture can be made available
  • State of the art technology infrastructure
  • Ample parking on-site
  • Favorable column spacing


Former Comcast call center available for sublease. The existing lease term expires on 11/30/23 with the availability of +/-25,000 SF or up to 102,948 SF contiguous. The build-out of the space is equipped with a state-of-the-art technology infrastructure with back-up power in place. Furniture can be made available for subtenants.

Built-in 1969 and renovated in 2003, the Kahn Building at 2801 Valley Road in Harrisburg, PA is a 283,000 square foot flex property right off I-81 Capital Beltway. The one-story property is on 27.26 acres and boasts 500 surface parking spaces (7 per 1000) available to the tenants. The open-plan space has a full sprinkler system and averages 8-10 foot ceilings throughout. Easily accessible and can be seen from the Capital beltway 1-81; 2801 Valley road is situated next door to the Shoppes at Susquehanna Outlet Mall. The presence of the mall makes this area a well-traveled area with easy egress to the major roadways. The property is a short 12-minute drive from downtown Harrisburg and the Capitol, 22 minutes from the Harrisburg International Airport, and under 2 hours from the city of Philadelphia.

Building Size: 283000sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

Space Available: 102948 SF
Lease Type: Full Service

Map of 2801 Valley Road, Harrisburg, PA, 17110

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