Commercial building with direct access to Montgomery Airport. Shares traffic light to main entrance of the newly updated airport. Individual offices suitable for a variety of business uses with spacious lobby area. Building is situated on approximately 1.32 acres of prime located real estate. Building is approximately 9000 sq ft of heated and cooled space. Montgomery Regional Airport, also known as Dannelly Field, is the major airport serving Montgomery. It serves primarily as an Air National Guard base and for general aviation, but commercial airlines fly to regional connections to Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Charlotte, and Memphis. Strategically located Montgomery is the capital city of Alabama and the second largest city in the state. The metropolitan area, comprised of Autauga, Elmore, Lowndes and Montgomery counties, has a population of more than 365,000. A region of vast economic diversity, Montgomery is home to state and regional governments, a major military installation, the USAF Air University, an extensive service industry, wholesale and retail trade, Civil War and Civil Rights tourism, and an industrial base that includes Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama -- Hyundai's first manufacturing plant in the United States. This unique diversity provides a well-balanced economic environment. According to Moody's Economy, Montgomery's Cost of Doing Business is 87% of the national average and Cost of Living is 95% of the national average. Geographic Location Located in central Alabama at the intersection of Interstate Highway 85 (east and west) and Interstate Highway 65 (north and south), Montgomery is 164 miles southwest of Atlanta, 92 miles south of Birmingham, and 155 miles north of Mobile and the Gulf of Mexico. Approximately one-third of the population of the U.S. lives within a 600-mile radius. The Montgomery area is served by an integrated railroad system, four airlines, 48 motor freight lines, a national bus line, and a city bus line with 11 fixed routes, Demand Response Services and Paratransit Service. Additionally, the Montgomery Area Transit System (MATS) operates the Lightning Route Trolley System, which circulates through downtown Montgomery every 20 minutes. Major arteries I-65 and I-85 intersect in Montgomery. U.S. Highways 31, 231, 331, 80 and 82 are routed through the city. All five highways are connected with four lane roads encompassing the city. The Alabama River is navigable south to the Gulf of Mexico and north to the Great Lakes. Montgomery is approximately 190 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico.
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