FOR LEASE - OFFICE SPACE IN BREA

330 E. Lambert Rd. Brea, CA 92821

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FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Aug 08, 2017

Highlights

  • Excellent location with various local amenities including shopping centers, hotels, restaurants, banking, and golf courses in close proximity.
  • Convenient access to the 57 Freeway.
  • 4 per 1,000 surface parking.
  • Monument signage available with excellent visibility from high-traffic-count Lambert Rd.
  • Elevator serviced.
  • Climate controlled lower level available for on-site storage.

Description

Exclusively listed by Lee Orange's www.OfficeAdvisoryGroup.com, 330 E Lambert Rd is a 43,800 SF, two-story premier office building offering tenants a professional business environment with close proximity to major freeways and numerous amenities.

330 E Lambert is located in the City of Brea with convenient access to the Orange (57) Freeway. Only minutes from Downtown Brea's amenities including restaurants, banking, entertainment and more.


Year Built: 1988
Building Size: 43800.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 1.89 acres

Units for Lease

225
Lease Type: Full Service
Price Per Sqft/Year: $21.0

Map of 330 E. Lambert Rd., Brea, CA, 92821

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