Office Condo for Lease

10750 Pearl Strongsville, OH 44136

10750 Pearl, Strongsville, OH, 44136
10750 Pearl, Strongsville, OH, 44136
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Oct 02, 2020

Highlights

  • Available SF: 1,638 SF
  • Price/SF: $8.00
  • CAM Fees: $2.16/SF includes - Water, Sewer and Trash
  • Other Utilities: Gas and Electric are separately metered
  • Year Built: 1989
  • Renovated: 2020
  • Traffic Count: 30,000+

Description

Units E7-E8 are combined into one large (1,638sf) second floor suite. There are three private offices with two support offices, two bathrooms, a reception area, and kitchenette. There are vaulted ceilings with windows and great natural lighting. This would be an ideal office space for an owner occupier. CAM fee is approximately $2.16/SF.

10750 Pearl Rd. Unit E7-E8 is located at the corner of Pearl Rd & Albion Rd. This Office Condo building is 1.3 miles away from downtown Strongsville and 2.5 miles away from I-71/Royalton Rd. Great location with amenities close and a short drive from downtown Cleveland.


Year Built: 1989
Building Size: 1638.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 3.11 acres

Units for Lease

Suite E7-E8
Space Available: 1638 SF
Lease Type: Modified Net

Price Per Sqft/Year: $8.0

Map of 10750 Pearl, Strongsville, OH, 44136

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