W. Waters Ave building for Sale

2630 W. Waters Ave. Tampa, FL 33614

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Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
. $575,000
Last Verified:
Jun 16, 2017


  • Large lot
  • Signage on W. Waters
  • Office Build-out
  • Move in ready!
  • Close to Carrollwood, St. Joe's Hospital


Commercial property located on W. Waters Ave just between N Habana Ave and N. Armenia Ave. Property has 2,500sf building that was constructed in 1965. Building has been remodeled in the last few years and features new paint, landscaping, and tile flooring. Building could be split into two units and has several doors going to parking lot.

2,500sf building offered for lease or sale. Space could be divided into two separate suites. Rental rate is net of utilities only.

Location on W. Waters Ave in between Habana Ave and Armenia Ave.

Year Built: 1965
Building Size: 2500.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.87 acres

Units for Lease

Lease Type: Modified Gross
Price Per Sqft/Year: $16.0

Map of 2630 W. Waters Ave., Tampa, FL, 33614


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