Warehouse With Office and Break Room

1018 Stewart St, Suite 1022 Madison, WI 53713

1018 Stewart St, Suite 1022, Madison, WI, 53713
1018 Stewart St, Suite 1022, Madison, WI, 53713
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Other Industrial
Last Verified:
Jan 08, 2021

Highlights

  • Prime Central Madison Location
  • Fresh Paint Throughout
  • Tenant Friendly Modified Gross Lease Terms
  • Covered Loading Dock With New 14'W x 10'H Overhead Door
  • New 12'W x 12'H Drive-In Door

Description

Warehouse space with office for lease. Prime industrial location on Madison's South West side with easy access to main highways. Current configuration is approx. 360 SF SF of office space/break room with approx. 6,900 SF of open warehouse space. Space has it's own covered loading dock with new 14'W x 10'H overhead door and new 12'W x 12'H drive-in door. Modified gross lease with tenant paying gas/electric/water-sewer. Newly updated 18' X 12' office and separate break room and restroom. Suite and entrance are located in the back of the building and has it's own parking lot. Building offers visible monument signage on Stewart St. for added exposure. Tenant friendly Modified Gross Lease at $5.75 psf! New paint throughout. Updated and Available now.

Greenway Cross to Latham St. At Lathem St Greenway becomes Stewart St. Building is on the left, Suite 1022 is toward back of building.

Building Size: 20000sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

1022
Space Available: 7260 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $5.75

Map of 1018 Stewart St, Suite 1022, Madison, WI, 53713

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