Downtown Ann Arbor Office For Lease

Office for Lease
Catylist Listing ID: 30048280
Property Subtypes: Office Building
Contiguous Space: 1,400 SF
Gross Building Area: See Agent
Lease Rate: $29 PSF (Annual)
Base Monthly Rent: $3,383
Lease Types: Full Service
Building Name: City Center Building
Class of Space: Class A
Last Updated: 8/18/2017

Overview / Comments

Beautiful corner office suite for sublease on the 4th floor of the City Center Building. The suite includes 4 private offices, additional work space, reception area and a kitchenette. Many new improvements to the building. Janitorial service and utilities included. Close to downtown parking facilities. Walking distance to many coffee shops and restaurants.

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Suite: 470 1,400 SF $29 PSF (Annual) Full Service
Level/Floor: Fourth
Space Available: 1,400 SF
Lease Rate: $29 PSF (Annual)
$3,383 (Monthly)
Lease Type: Full Service
Space Description: Fourth floor office suite with 4 private offices, reception area, additional work space and a kitchenette. Common area restrooms.
Date Available: 7/1/2017
Space Type: Relet
Sublease Expiration Date: 10/31/2021
Offices 4

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Ann Arbor
County: Washtenaw
Submarket/Township: Washtenaw W of 23
Taxing Authority: City of Ann Arbor
Tax ID/APN: 09-09-29-127-022
Property Located Between: Fourth and Fifth
Property Visibility: Excellent
Highway Access: I-94, US-23 and M-14
Airports: DTW, Ann Arbor
Site Description: Downtown Ann Arbor office available at the corner of Huron Street and Fifth Avenue.
Area Description: The Ann Arbor area is a friendly community with big-city sophistication; a world-class educational and high-tech research center nestled in a quintessential college town; a close-knit community of charming neighborhoods with a rich mix of cultures. The Ann Arbor campus has plenty to inspire and entertain. Ranked as the #2 Best College Town in America, Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan go together like Maize and Blue! With more than 43,000 undergrad and graduate students, campus life is interwoven with city life. Although geographically small, the area is perhaps most renowned for its entertainment, athletics, cultural offerings, dining experiences and nightlife. On almost any given weekend, a visit to Ann Arbor will coincide with one of the many festivals and special events hosted in Ann Arbor. Two of the most recognizable traditions are the Ann Arbor Art Fair and University of Michigan football. Every July, the award-winning Ann Arbor Art Fair transforms the downtown streets into an art gallery featuring thousands of juried artists. In the fall, each football Saturday brings more than 100,000 people to town for tailgating and fill "The Big House" to watch the University of Michigan Wolverines. In the winter, holiday light festivals and the Ann Arbor Folk Festival are always crowd pleasers. April brings the thaw and a weekend unlike any other as we celebrate whimsy during FoolMoon and FestiFools. Described as an urban oasis, the Ann Arbor area is also the perfect four season destination for outdoor enthusiasts. You'll discover golf courses, trails groomed for hiking and cross-country skiing, some of the best canoeing and kayaking in southeastern Michigan along the twelfth nationally recognized water trail — the Huron River.
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 7
Year Built: 1977
Year Renovated: 2016
Roof Type: Flat
Construction/Siding: Block, Brick
Parking Type: Structure, Surface
Parking Description: Municipal structures within a couple blocks.
Passenger Elevators: 2
Heat Type: Natural Gas
Heat Source: Central
Air Conditioning: Engineered System
Zoning Description: 5:10.19. - D1 and D2 downtown districts. (1) Intent. These districts, in coordination with the downtown character overlay zoning districts, are designed to support the downtown as the city's traditional center. The downtown serves both the region and local residents as a place to live, work, and take advantage of civic, cultural, educational, shopping, and entertainment opportunities. The downtown districts are intended to allow a mixture of land uses, dense urban development, pedestrian orientation, unique residential opportunities, and a compatible and attractive mix of historic and contemporary building design. Development in these districts is designed to be accessible by a variety of modes of transportation. (a) D1 - Downtown Core District. This district is intended to contain the downtown's greatest concentration of development and serves as a focus for intensive pedestrian use. This district is appropriate for high-density mixed residential, office and commercial development. (b) D2 - Downtown Interface District. This district is intended to be an area of transition between the Core and surrounding residential neighborhoods. This district is appropriate for medium density residential and mixed-use development. Relationship to downtown character overlay zoning districts. The D1 and D2 downtown zoning districts shall be further regulated by the downtown character overlay zoning districts. Unless otherwise specified in this chapter, regulations identified for both the downtown district and the applicable downtown character overlay zoning district shall apply.
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal

Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 38,365 112,380 159,425
Median Age: 26.48 33.34 34.3
Households: 13,373 45,757 65,964

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