University Professional Building

10549 N. Florida Ave Tampa, FL 33612

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Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
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Last Verified:
Jul 20, 2017


  • Ample parking
  • Great access to I-275
  • Signage on N. Florida Ave
  • Professionally managed office complex
  • Located near Carrollwood, University, and close to Seminole Heights


17,500sf medical/ professional office building with suites from 800sf up to 3,500sf available. Property is professionally managed and current tenants include dentist, pediatrician, and national not-for-profit group. University Professional Building offers tenants a wide range of amenities including 5:1,000sf parking ratio.

Located on N. Florida Ave, just north of Busch Blvd and south of Fowler Ave. Property is close to Carrollwood (33618), USF (33612) and Seminole Heights (33604).

Year Built: 1965
Building Size: 17466.0sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 1.55 acres

Units for Lease

Building 1
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Price Per Sqft/Year: $12.0
Building 2
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Price Per Sqft/Year: $12.0
Building 3
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Price Per Sqft/Year: $12.0

Map of 10549 N. Florida Ave, Tampa, FL, 33612


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