231 North Kentucky Avenue, Suite 222, Lakeland, Florida 33801
Property: The property is a second level office space. Current configuration is 6,200 SF of set for a call center use, with room for up to 68 cubicles. Space currently has a larger server room, breakroom, conference/training room, and three private manager offices. Building has elevator access of north Kentucky Avenue, next to Mitchell’s coffee. Lots of natural light and additional outdoor shared break area is available. Parking is currently available. Ample street parking for visitors.
Location: This site is located in the heart of the CBD. Downtown Lakeland offers easy access to a plethora of restaurants, retail, banks, city offices and parks. Lakeland is located approximately 35 miles east of Tampa and 55 miles southwest of Orlando along Interstate I-4. The city is home to Florida Southern College, Florida Polytechnic University, Southeastern University, Polk Community College, and Publix. Lakeland is showing positive job growth and offers a lower cost of living than area other areas along the I-4 corridor. There are over 10,000,000 people within a 100-mile radius of Lakeland; a fact that is causing exponential growth in the area.
Historical Information: 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.
Lease Rate: Negotiable
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