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2.49 acres in Monroe County, Indiana

1155 W 3rd St, Bloomington, Indiana 47404 - Monroe County
$4,000,000 2.49 Acres
Bedroom 6 Bathrooms Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3095316

Description

Beyond the first floor lobby, potential occupants will find a large, state of the art conference area featuring a full multimedia suite as well as an area for food service. A central elevator leads to the second and third floors, each of which offer open spaces in a variety of sizes that could serve as cubicle or common areas, as well as enclosed, executive offices. The building's design will accommodate one, or multiple occupants on individual floors. Upscale finishes throughout make for a professional atmosphere. Attractive modern architecture, high efficiency mechanical systems and a large, paved lot with ample parking rounds out an impressive list of features for this unique 2.5 Acre property. The central location also provides easy access to a number of regional destinations, including Bloomington's downtown square, and direct access to both Indianapolis and Crane via SR 37 and the future I-69. Fully leased through February 28, 2022 with options to renew.

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From West 2nd St, turn North on Walker Ave., then Left on 3rd St., building is on the left.

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328 S. Walnut St., Ste. 6
Bloomington, IN 47401

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