Ann Arbor Office for Lease

Office for Lease
Catylist Listing ID: 30343956
Property Subtypes: Mixed Use
Contiguous Space: 1,100 SF
Gross Building Area: 24,037 SF
Lease Rate: $2,400 (Monthly)
$26.18 PSF (Annual)
Lease Types: Gross Lease
Building Name: Plymouth Road Plaza
Class of Space: Class B
Last Updated: 11/16/2018

Overview / Comments

Office for sublease. The sublease term expires July 31, 2021 but can be extended. Second floor location with 3 private offices and 1 conference room.

The existing office furniture is available to purchase.

Business and retail destination in Plymouth Road Mall, adjacent to Traver Village Shopping Center. Easy access to US-23 and M-14 via Plymouth Road.

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Suite: J 1,100 SF $2,400 (Monthly) Gross Lease
Level/Floor: Second
Space Available: 1,100 SF
Lease Rate: $2,400 (Monthly)
$26.18 PSF (Annual)
Lease Type: Gross Lease
Space Description: Second floor office suite with 3 private offices and 1 conference room. Monthly lease rate includes utilities.
Date Available: 10/23/2018
Space Type: Sublet
Sublease Expiration Date: 7/21/2021
Conference Rooms: 1
Offices 3

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Ann Arbor
County: Washtenaw
Submarket/Township: Washtenaw W of 23
Taxing Authority: City of Ann Arbor
Tax ID/APN: 09-09-15-400-010
Zoning: C3
Property Located Between: Huron Parkway & Nixon Road
Property Visibility: Excellent
Highway Access: US-23, I-94, M-14
Airports: Ann Arbor, DTW
Site Description: Mixed use building constructed in 2013. Great visibility along Plymouth Road.
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 2
Year Built: 2013
Roof Type: Gable
Parking Type: Surface
Parking Description: Plenty of free on-site parking.
Passenger Elevators: 1
Heat Type: Natural Gas
Heat Source: Central
Air Conditioning: Engineered System
Zoning Description: C3 fringe commercial district. (1) Intent. The design and regulations of this district are set up to provide for certain types of commercial activities which have characteristics in common. In this district, the customer usually comes directly to the particular establishment by automobile, making a separate stop for each errand. Comparison shopping activity is less than in the central business district. Since there is little essential interdependence of activities, establishments can be dispersed over considerable areas with each establishment having its own automobile parking. Good automobile accessibility is essential to these districts. The uses permitted, because of their lack of intense pedestrian activity and their required contact with auto access, would be incompatible in the central business district. (2) Permitted principal uses. (a) Any principal use permitted in the C2B business service district. Permitted principal uses. - (b)Retail sales that may have service, repair, leasing or rental, or manufacturing facilities in connection therewith, including: new and used automobile dealers; boat and sporting good dealers; mobile home dealers; agricultural implement, garden supply and motorcycle dealers. (c)Retail sales, as typically incidental to contractors, in which a workshop is required for successful operation and in which the retail outlet or show room may in fact be an accessory use, such as, but not limited to: plumber, electrician, lighting fixtures, air conditioning and heating (including incidental sheet metal work), radio and television, interior decorator, re-upholstery and refinishing, sign painting and awnings. (d)Enclosed building for storage and repair of automobiles, trucks and construction equipment; food locker plant (including the cutting and packaging of meat or game, sale at retail, delivery of individual home orders, renting of individual lockers for home-customer storage of food, but excluding slaughtering or eviscerating thereof). (e)Wholesaling, warehousing, refrigerated and general storage. (f)Veterinary hospitals and kennels. (g)Outdoor recreation, such as: miniature golf, golf driving ranges, commercial swimming (a)Any principal use permitted in the D1 downtown core district. - 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. pools, outdoor theaters and canoe liveries. (3) Special exception uses pursuant to section 5:104. (a) The temporary outdoor sales or display of goods and services, not covered by section 5:10.15(h) that cannot meet the standards of section 5:10.15(f), may be approved as a special exception use pursuant to section 5:104. (b) A drive-thru facility that is an accessory to a permitted principal use in the C3 fringe commercial district, provided that the facility is not located between a street and the principal building, and the vehicular circulation to enter and exit the facility does not impair the general circulation on the site or the pedestrian circulation on and off the site.
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal
Legal Description: PRT OF OUTLOT F, NORTH CAMPUS HEIGHTS NO 2, DESCRIBED AS BEG AT NE COR OUTLOT E, NORTH CAMPUS HEIGHTS NO 2 TH N 88 DEG 04' 30" E 247.72 FT; TH S 01 DEG 57' 43" E 174.99 FT; TH S 88 DEG 04' 30" W 250.05 FT; TH N 01 DEG 12' 00" W 175 FT TO THE POB, CONTAINING 1.00 ACRES MORE OR LESS AND SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD, IF ANY. SPLIT ON 10/25/2006 FROM 09-09-15-400-007;

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Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 15,546 73,935 165,854
Median Age: 29.95 30.93 33.36
Households: 5,925 28,030 69,061

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