For Lease 38,000 SF Light Industrial Building

1560 10th Avenue Hudson, WI 54016

1560 10th Avenue, Hudson, WI, 54016
1560 10th Avenue, Hudson, WI, 54016
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Last Verified:
May 06, 2021

For Lease 38,000 SF Light Industrial Building

Highlights and Features:
  • Heavy Power & Make Up Air
  • Central Compressed Air
  • Central Chilled Water
  • Heavy Natural Gas
  • Dock & Drive-In Doors
  • Fully Sprinklered
  • 7 Acre Site

  • Site Information:
  • Property Type: Industrial
  • Single/Multi: Single-Tenant
  • Date Available: Immediate
  • Lease Term: Three (3) Year Minimum

  • Square Feet Available:
  • Available: 38,000 SF
  • Office: 2,000 SF
  • Prod/Whse: 36,000 SF

  • Rates/SF:
  • Office: $9.00 PSF NNN
  • Mfg/Whse: $4.75 PSF NNN
  • Tenant Pays: Rent, Operating Expenses, Tax & Utilities

  • Building Data:
  • Year Built: 1969, 1979, 1985, 1994
  • Construction: Masonry & Steel
  • Parking: Very Ample
  • Clear Height: 14’ To 20’
  • Utilities: City Sewer/Water
  • HVAC: Forced Air/Natural Gas, A/C In Office

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