Downtown Ann Arbor Office For Lease

Office for Lease
Catylist Listing ID: 30344293
Property Subtypes: Mixed Use, Office Building
Contiguous Space: 2,775 SF
Total Available: 5,550 SF
Gross Building Area: 10,912 SF
Lease Rate: $31 - 33 PSF (Annual)
Base Monthly Rent: $7,168 - 7,631
Lease Types: Modified Gross
Class of Space: Class A
Last Updated: 12/14/2018

Overview / Comments

Newly remodeled downtown Ann Arbor office space with beautiful finishes. Private restrooms and kitchenette in the suites. New appliances.

Located in the heart of downtown.

Expand All 2 Spaces Available

Suite: 200 2,775 SF $31 PSF (Annual) Modified Gross
Suite: 400 2,775 SF $33 PSF (Annual) Modified Gross

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Ann Arbor
County: Washtenaw
Submarket/Township: Washtenaw W of 23
Taxing Authority: City of Ann Arbor
Tax ID/APN: 09-09-29-132-014
Zoning: D1
Property Located Between: Washington & Huron Streets
Property Visibility: Excellent
Highway Access: M-14, US-23, I-94
Airports: DTW, Ann Arbor
Area Description: Located in the heart of downtown Ann Arbor. Walkable area with retail, business, fitness, bars, cafes and restaurants, as well as downtown residences. Active, populous area, with busy nightlife and art/music scene. Close to Kerrytown shopping, the farmers' market, Ann Arbor YMCA, and the Michigan and State Theatres. Minutes from UM Central Campus.
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 4
Year Built: 1901
Year Renovated: 2017
Roof Type: Flat
Construction/Siding: Brick
Parking Type: Structure
Parking Description: Municipal
Passenger Elevators: 1
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. • 5:10.20. - Downtown character overlay zoning districts. (1) Intent. The purpose of these overlay zoning districts is to supplement the regulations for zoning districts in the downtown to reflect the diversity of historical and built environments within the downtown. These character overlay zoning districts account for differences in the existing street pattern, density, massing and design features that exist throughout the downtown, in addition to the intent of the city for the future development of each area. (a) South University. The South University character district lies along the southeastern edge of the University of Michigan Central Campus, which separates it from the other mixed use districts of downtown. This is an area characterized by a mix of building types and sizes, with retail uses at the street level and relatively narrow lot widths. The intent for this district is to maintain a variety in scale, with design that reflects the small-scale widths and heights of buildings in the area at the street wall and locates taller portions toward the interior of the lot. The south university D2 character district lies just outside the DDA boundaries, adjacent to nearby residential neighborhoods. The intent for this district is to maintain a variety of small-scale commercial and retail enterprises mixed with some residential uses, minimizing the impact on nearby residential streets.
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal

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Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 36,259 112,380 161,044
Median Age: 26.81 33.34 34.3
Households: 12,939 45,757 66,551

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