Industrial Warehouse near Talleyrand Marine Terminals

3511 Walnut Street Jacksonville, FL 32206

3511 Walnut Street, Jacksonville, FL, 32206
3511 Walnut Street, Jacksonville, FL, 32206
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Feb 08, 2019


  • Recent Price Reduction of $80,000!!
  • 5-minute drive from Talleyrand Marine Terminals
  • Supports wide range of uses
  • Quick access to I-95 and I-10
  • 13-18' clear Height
  • Four 10' x 10' dock high doors
  • Ramp for drive-in access to the warehouse
  • 2,466 square feet of office space


SVN is proud to present this industrial warehouse situated on 1.69 acres. The property is located in the downtown sub-market with easy access to JAXPORT's Talleyrand terminals and both major interstate highways. Available power supports heavy loads and 3 Phase equipment for manufacturing activities if needed. Currently priced well below replacement cost at $24 per square foot.

Located in the in the Downtown submarket the property is 1.5 miles from I-95, 1.5 miles to JAXPORT and less than 5 miles from I-10. This property is strategically located to support any type of manufacturing, distribution or logistics related business.

Year Built: 1963
Building Size: 28689.0sq ft
Lot Size: 1.69 acres

Map of 3511 Walnut Street, Jacksonville, FL, 32206

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