Highly Visable and Creative Downtown Retail / Office Space

402 E Wilson Street Madison, WI 53703

Medium_full
Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full Thumb_full
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Jul 21, 2017

Highlights

  • Perfect Corner Retail / Office Space
  • Beautiful original wood work and accent windows
  • High Ceilings
  • Just a short walk from the Capitol Square
  • Perfect space for any creative business
  • Includes heat!

Description

Historic downtown retail or creative office space just a short walk from the Capitol Square and just off John Nolan Drive and Williamson St. Space has original terrazzo flooring, crown molding throughout, unique leaded accent windows and high ceilings. Amazing front display windows offer great exposure to the nearly 9,000 cars passing by daily. Currently configured as mostly open space with 2 offices in back, break area and in-suite restroom. Lots of street parking nearby; landlord pays all utilities except in-suite electric. Note: Landlord open to space modifications if necessary.

Located on the corner of E Wilson St and S Hancock, just 1 block from John Nolen Dr and 3 blocks from Madison's Capitol Square.


Year Built: 1922
Building Size: 6723.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

402 E Wilson
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Price Per Sqft/Year: $17.0

Map of 402 E Wilson Street, Madison, WI, 53703

Discussion/Comments

Presented by:
Thumb_pic

Request additional information
Icon_pic


Send a message
Share this Listing

Real Estate Incentives (What is this?)
Not Interested In This Property? TheBrokerList.com Can Help
Looking for an office, retail space, warehouse or anything else?
Contact a Licensed Member Today

What are Real Estate Incentives?

Real Estate incentives range widely and have been overlooked by the Commercial Multiple Listing Services (MLS) for decades. Real estate incentives is a generic term used to group any number of programs, such as tax incentives, that are designated by an agency for a geographic area."

Why are Real Estate Incentives Important and to Whom?

"Incentives" are vital today and in the future because:

  • U.S. Public: Many incentives focus on job creation and Affordable Housing
  • Investors and Commercial Developers use incentives to reduce financial risk, obtain gap financing, etc. Investors and developers look for property listings with incentives available.
  • Commercial Real Estate Brokers, in mass, unfortunately do not know about incentives tied to their listings
  • Entire Supply Chain of Real Estate Development such as small and large companies who will provide goods and services to new and revitalized properties.