For Lease/For Sale Office & Medical Space

1839 Pearl Rd Brunswick, OH 44212

1839 Pearl Rd, Brunswick, OH, 44212
1839 Pearl Rd, Brunswick, OH, 44212
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Last Verified:
Jul 20, 2020


  • Available SF: 1,680 SF
  • Suite 202: $1,500 /MO
  • Year Built: 1981
  • Parking Spaces 50
  • Signage: At Street and on Building
  • Zoning: C-G General Commercial
  • Traffic Count: 13,700+


1839 Pearl Road has one suite available for lease. 1,680 SF office on the second floor; with reception, 6 private offices, and a conference room. Parking at the door. Building is also for sale, with seller financing possible. Offices are situated on the heavily traveled SR-42 (Pearl Road) and only three miles from the I-71/SR-303 interchange. Daily traffic count of nearly 14,000 on SR-42. Modern office space. Below market gross rent. Easy access to Cleveland. Near restaurants, shops, and services.

1839 Pearl Road, located in the City of Brunswick. Brunswick is the largest city in the county. Laurel Park Professional Building is situated about 100 yards south of Laurel Road. It is situated only 3 miles from the I-71/SR-303 interchange, giving you easy access to Cleveland, Akron, Columbus, the Ohio Turnpike and Cleveland Hopkins Airport. It is located within walking distance of the shops and restaurants at Laurel Pointe Plaza, Archway Plaza, and Laurel Square Shopping Center.

Year Built: 1981
Building Size: 6720.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

Suite 202
Space Available: 1680 SF
Lease Type: Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $10.71

Map of 1839 Pearl Rd, Brunswick, OH, 44212

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