Historical Office Lease Listing - The Paugus Bay Plaza

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The Paugus Bay Plaza

131 Lake St, Gilford, NH 03246

N/A

30,000 SF | Office

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Nice professional environmentwith natural light and natural plants

Office Property - Off Market

Total Space Rentable:
30,000 SF
Rental Rate:
N/A
Min. Divisible:
500 SF
Property Type:
Office
Property Sub-type:
Office Building
Building Size:
80,000 SF
Building Class:
B
Lot Size:
7.37 AC
Listing ID
16839123
Last Updated
over 1 year ago

1 Space

Space 1

  • 30,000 SF
  • N/A
  • Office Building
  • 500 SF
  • Modified Gross
  • Sep 2010

Description

Why paying BIG BUCKS FOR A BOX. In today's economy we all are looking and considering th bottom line savings, come and lease a clean and well managed building. We offer well complaint safe building. Rent includes all utilities, centeral A/C and heat. Handicap accessible, ample and part covered parking, extensive natural bright light, quality oak and tile finish common areas, public and well maintained rest rooms, new visible and gigantic signage, centerally located, busy route. This is a turned key offices, retail, restaurant spaces available. You can imagine being next to big name retail businnes like CVS, Lowes, Hannaford, Shaws and others.

The Paugus Bay Plaza has had multiple renovations, new roofing, new sprinkleres and all complaint with safety regulations. Located Rt. 3 just past the new Lowes Hannaford, Shaws, right across from The Margate. The Paugus Bay Plaza is also known as One Gilford Place.

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