231 N. Kentucky Avenue, Lakeland, Florida 33801

Property: This signature 30,000 sf property situated at the NE corner of Kentucky and Pine Street is home to some of Lakeland’s most established and iconic downtown retail merchants, including Mitchell’s Coffee Shop, The Embroidery Mill & Boutique & K&M Beadworks. Currently the ground floor has 1,800 sqft Retail available. The Bowyer building was constructed in 1902 and is the oldest commercial building still standing in Lakeland. Colonel Napoleon Bonaparte Bowyer commanded the 10th Virginia Cavalry, Army Northern Virginia in the Civil War. He moved with his family to Lakeland, Florida in 1885. He was the city’s third mayor and built the first brick and masonry commercial building, built in 1902 on the corner of E. Pine St. and N. Kentucky Ave., which bears his name to this day. Tenant parking is included, and ample on street parking for visitor and customers.

Location: Excellent downtown location, truly in the heart of the retail/commercial district. Excellent location with Munn Park, restaurants, banks retail, city offices and other amenities within easy walking distance. Building is in the downtown CRA and historic districts. Very easy access to I-4 or Polk Parkway, both are 3+/- miles away.

History buffs and art lovers will enjoy the Polk Museum of Art in Lakeland, and flight enthusiasts can’t miss the annual SUN ‘n FUN Fly in. And don’t forget Spring Training with the Detroit Tigers at the newly renovated Joker Marchant Stadium! In the heart of Lakeland’s downtown, Lake Mirror Park offers a historic promenade, amphitheater and pedestrian walkways. Hollis Garden, found around the walkway, is a breathtaking formal garden that showcases more than 10,000 flowers and Florida indigenous plants. Make sure to dine at one of the over 30 restaurants in downtown, in what is quickly becoming the hottest restaurant scene in central Florida.

Retail Lease Rate: 225 N. Kentucky Ave – 1,800 sqft Ground Floor Retail Available – $2,900 MOD Gross

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