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2237 Florida St

Mandeville, LA
Floors
1
Total Size
4,400 sqft
Zoning
HC2
Year Constructed
0
Year Renovated
0
Building Class

About 2237 Florida St

$11/S.F. BASE RENTS ON THIS MANDEVILLE RETAIL/OFFICE STRIP CENTER WITH FANTASTIC VISIBILITY, ACCESS:LOCATED ON 2237 HWY 190 (AKA FLORIDA BLVD)! DIRECTLY WEST OF SAIA'S MEAT MARKET/HOME OF THE OVERSIZED COW!!! BASED ON TERM , OWNER OFFERING STAGGERED BASE RENTS STARTING AT $11/S.F. WITH A $1/S.F. INCREASE PER EACH ADDITIONAL YEAR!!! CURRENT C.T.I. @ $2.50/S.F. Tenant responsible for own utilities except water which is paid by owners. AVAILABLE SUITES:

5/4 (endcap at Florida)is approx. 1600 s.f.

w/total base rent + CTI = $1,800 per month

3 is 1,100 s.f. monthly gross base rent $ CTI: $1,237.50

1B is 300 s.f. – monthly gross base rent & CTI: $337.50

4 is 800 s.f. monthly gross base rent & CTI: $900.00

5 is 800 s.f. monthly gross base rent & CTI: $900.00

ON SITE PARKING WITH ADDITIONAL PARKING AVAILABLE. TO BETTER IDENTIFY LOCATION OF THIS BUILDING: DIRECTLY ACROSS 190 FROM O'REILLY AUTO PARTS AND IS ADJACENT TO SIAS' MEAT MARKET. - Parking description: Parking is at store front with additional parking within entire parking lot. Parking is slightly slopped & therefore no standing rain water. - Number of buildings: 1 - Building condition: Good

Companies at 2237 Florida St

Mayas Cafe Restaurant Food
Lacoste Hair Designs Hair Care
Conner Law Offices Of James S Lawyer

Internet Providers for 2237 Florida St

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS INC. Cable
1 Gb/s
6 Mb/s
AT&T Louisiana DSL
25 Mb/s
3 Mb/s
MegaPath Corporation DSL
10 Mb/s
1.5 Mb/s

The Market: Greater New Orleans Region

Compared to the rest of the Greater New Orleans Region market, the Greater New Orleans Region region has lower rates, so you should have no trouble finding a great deal in this depreciated region.

Median Rate Median Size
$24
/sqft/yr
2,020
sqft

Median Rate over Time in Greater New Orleans Region