Midtown Commons Retail Center

343 NE 1st Avenue, Unit A Ocala, FL 34470

343 NE 1st Avenue, Unit A, Ocala, FL, 34470
343 NE 1st Avenue, Unit A, Ocala, FL, 34470
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Apr 06, 2021

Highlights

  • 1,770sf retail/office
  • Retail unit may also be leased with 6,240sf warehouse at same location
  • MCPA Parcel ID 28234-010-00
  • Zoned FBC
  • Centrally located next to Brick City Church and Big Lee's with easy access from NE 1st Avenue

Description

Join Brick City Church and Big Lee's in this downtown location. Part of Parcel ID 28234-010-00, with FBC zoning. Unit may also be leased with 6,240sf warehouse on same property. Call Beau Broker at NAI Heritage Commercial Real Estate for Industrial, Retail and Office brokerage solutions. We provide Landlord & Tenant Representation, Sale & Lease Brokerage, and Commercial Property Management throughout North Central Florida.

Centrally located next to Brick City Church and Big Lee's with easy access from NE 1st Avenue


Year Built: 1920
Building Size: 24387sq ft
Lot Size: 2.64 acres

Units for Lease

Midtown Commons Retail Center
Space Available: 1770 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $9.0

Map of 343 NE 1st Avenue, Unit A, Ocala, FL, 34470

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