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Feb 10, 2009

Office Condo -- Amazing Sunlight, in town in Durham

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LOCATION! LIGHT! LEASE!

Make your office home in a bright and airy two story suite with six offices.

Second floor offices feature 14-foot ceilings with high windows. The first floor reception has an 18-foot ceiling and two floors of windows. Offices like these will make a difference for you and your professional colleagues.

This office condo is at Duke Forest Place Office Park, 3326 Chapel Hill Durham Boulevard (also known as Highway 15-501 Business) near the intersection with Highway 751. This is a convenient location for access to all parts of Durham, Raleigh and Chapel Hill via I-40 and I-85. You're just five minutes to Duke; ten minutes to downtown Durham, twenty-five minutes to the Airport or Chapel Hill. Dozens of restaurants are nearby, including Foster's Market, Guglhopf, Nana's and many more. Sam's Club and Super Target are just blocks away.

With high second-floor ceilings, windows and skylights, the space is bright enough to avoid artificial lighting during the day. The suite includes six private offices, a large reception area with an 18-foot ceiling and two floors of windows, kitchen, two restrooms, and a 2nd floor balcony that faces west for warm afternoons. Ample and safe parking for employees and visitors.

The office suite is approximately 1,500 square feet for lease at $1,750/month. Landlord pays taxes, property insurance and condominium fee. Tenant pays water, sewer, utilities and janitorial services.

Contact David at 919-384-5820 or E-mail to set up a visit.

More photos at www.bullcityoffices.com

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Note from Phil: I'm posting this for a friend and would appreciate anyone passing it along.

03:29 PM in Destination Durham, News | Permalink

Comments

But how about the really important stuff like distance to the nearest Krispy Kreme? I mean light is nice, but nourishment is critical. ;-)

Posted by: Doc | Feb 11, 2009 9:44:49 PM