Investment Property / Office Building

2809 Fish Hatchery Rd Madison, WI 53713

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Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Jun 22, 2017


  • Great Investment Property
  • Nice Finishes
  • Occupy and Collect Rent from Tenants
  • LL has Climate Controlled Storage
  • Highly Visible Monument Sign
  • Daily Traffic Count of 32,800
  • Excellent Price!


Great investment property or occupy and collect rent from your tenants. Located on Fish Hatchery Rd, just off Greenway Cross, this building has two floors of offices with climate controlled storage in the lower level. 2nd Floor leased to a single tenant. Great monument sign on street with high visibility. Call for income and expense info.

Up to 3,127 SF of 1st floor office space with Class A finishes at an affordable price, available for sub-lease. Current lease ends 10/31/2017; new lease offered after that. Large conference room, nicely finished offices, reception, kitchenette, ample parking, and on bus line. Monument signage available. Tenant will pay for janitorial, Landlord pays all other building expenses.

Building is also for sale at $725,000.

Located near corner of Greenway Cross and Fish Hatchery (County Hwy D) Rd.

Year Built: 1999
Building Size: 15000.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.56 acres

Units for Lease

2809 Fish Hatchery
Lease Type: Gross
Price Per Sqft/Year: $14.2

Map of 2809 Fish Hatchery Rd, Madison, WI, 53713


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