Village Plaza

1 Village Plaza Arnold, MO 63010

1 Village Plaza, Arnold, MO, 63010
1 Village Plaza, Arnold, MO, 63010 1 Village Plaza, Arnold, MO, 63010 1 Village Plaza, Arnold, MO, 63010 1 Village Plaza, Arnold, MO, 63010
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  • Retail/Office building available for lease
  • High-traffic area in Arnold, MO
  • Corner location near I-55
  • Average HH income of $75,000
  • Plenty of parking
  • 106,000 VPD on I-55
  • $4.50 PSF downstairs
  • $10.50 PSF upstairs


Excellent lease opportunity in high-traffic area of Arnold, MO. This multi-tenant building has an upper and lower level with tenants including Subway, Charter and Imperial Nails. The surrounding neighborhood has an average HH income of $75,000 and is situated near I-55.

Village Plaza is located within the Arnold submarket of St. Louis. The Arnold area is a well-established and growth oriented suburban location along I-55. This area has solid population and business demographics. Join other tenants, including: Subway, Spectrum, Imperial Nails and many other successful retailers/offices.

Year Built: 1948
Building Size: 25121sq ft
Lot Size: 2.0 acres


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Units for Lease

Suite 29
Space Available: 2600 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Month: $1750.00

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