Industry II

519 NE 34th St Oakland Park, FL 33334

519 NE 34th St, Oakland Park, FL, 33334
519 NE 34th St, Oakland Park, FL, 33334 519 NE 34th St, Oakland Park, FL, 33334
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Industrial
Last Verified:
Oct 01, 2021

Highlights

  • Located in heart of Central Business District
  • Spaces from 1,434-3,300 SF
  • Flexibility for Flex Users
  • Easy access to South Florida

Description

Level Realty is proud to present Industry for lease, a creative industrial/flex building in the heart of Oakland Park. Featuring spaces from 1,434-3,300 SF and any permutation in-between, this building offers maximum flexibility for flex users.

Located in the heart of Oakland Park, with easy access to Oakland Park Blvd which connects to I-95, US-1 and the beach. The Property enjoys close proximity to Downtown Ft Lauderdale, Ft Lauderdale International Airport, and all of Ft Lauderdale’s most prominent neighborhoods like Flagler Village, Wilton Manors, Las Olas, and even Pompano Beach.

Property is well located in the Oakland Park Industrial area. Sitting across from the new URBN Village, this property is ripe for creative users to activate this up and coming corridor.


Year Built: 1958
Building Size: 11956sq ft
Lot Size: 0.51 acres

Units for Lease

519 NE 34th St
Space Available: 2868 SF
Lease Type: Gross

Price Per Sqft/Month: $18.18

Map of 519 NE 34th St, Oakland Park, FL, 33334

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