Lexington Financial Center - 22nd Floor Sublease

250 W Main St Lexington, KY 40507

250 W Main St, Lexington, KY, 40507
250 W Main St, Lexington, KY, 40507
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Sep 23, 2019

Highlights

  • Lexington Financial Center
  • 22nd floor full service sublease
  • Sublease available until 10/31/20; potential to extend through 10/31/23
  • 5,740 rsf available; potential to lease entire 22nd floor (11,570 rsf)
  • 15 plus office/work areas, large conference room, and entry reception area
  • 8 parking spaces included in attached parking garage
  • Security and fitness center in the building
  • $19.25 psf/yr (Former attorney space)
  • Stunning views of Lexington and abundant natural light

Description

SVN Stone Commercial Real Estate is pleased to offer this Class A Office Sublease in the heart of Lexington's Central Business District. The Lexington Financial Center also known as "The Big Blue Building" at 250 W Main Street is an iconic property that defines the skyline for downtown Lexington, and your office could join the growing list of successful professional office tenants that reside in the Lexington Financial Center like 5/3 Bank, Stites & Harbison, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs, Blue & Co., EnerBlue and more. The 5,740 rsf office suite on the 22nd floor available for sublease until October 31, 2020 and potentially extended through October 31, 2023. Most recently occupied by a regional law firm and currently has 15 office spaces or work areas, as well as large conference room and entry reception area. There is also potential to lease the remainder of the 22nd floor which is 5,830 rsf and contains an additional 15 plus offices or work areas for a max contiguous area of 11,570 rsf.
Contact Neal Metcalfe, neal.metcalfe@svn.com, Matt Stone, matt.stone@svn.com or Wade Haga, wade.haga@svn.com 859-264-0888 for more details or to schedule a tour of the property!

Lexington, Kentucky has been rated as one of America's premier cities by some of the most noted and revered industry standard-bearers, such as Forbes magazine, the U.S. Census Bureau, Cognetics consulting group, Dun & Bradstreet, Ladies Home Journal, and Places Rated Almanac - just to name a few. Most people think of rolling countryside with stone fences, great basketball action, horse farms, Thoroughbred racing at Keeneland, a diverse economy, and outstanding schools, colleges and universities.Our community ranks high in quality of life factors, such as health care, public safety, educational attainment, and quality family living. The area also measures high among the best places for business location, creativity, entrepreneurial growth, and career relocation. Residents of competing cities view Lexington as a beautiful place, with great schools, an innovative health care system, a strong economy, and mountains of potential.

Building Size: 357361.0sq ft
Building Class: A
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

22nd Floor Sublease
Space Available: 5740 SF
Lease Type: Full Service

Price Per Sqft/Year: $19.25

Map of 250 W Main St, Lexington, KY, 40507

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