Short Term Sublease Available in Old Town Alexandria

March 14, 2017

Jon Glass

Tech Leader

Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley

DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 202-540-5509

Fully Furnished 3,497 SF Suite Available at 1725 Duke Street

 

If you are looking for a great value option in Alexandria close to Metro that is surrounded by amenities, look no further. A great new sublease has just come on the market at 1725 Duke Street in Old Town that is perfect for companies of 10-20 employees looking for furnished, ready-to-go space.

The 3,497 SF suite features 4 private offices, workbenches for 10-15 employees, two collaborative teaming areas and a kitchen pantry. The space has only been occupied for 12 months and shows very little wear. The polished concrete floors and glass offices & conference rooms are in great shape and give off a modern look not always readily available in Old Town. The 6th floor space is also located directly off of the elevator, allowing for a great presence on the floor.

The sublease term runs through January 31, 2018, making it an ideal option for tenants needing immediate space who may not be ready to commit to a long-term lease.  However, should you want a term longer than one year, that is certainly possible through a direct deal with the building’s owner, TIAA.

At $27.00/SF this is among the least expensive options for Class A, pre-built space in Old Town. For more information on this building and others like it, please contact us or fill out our free office space search

 

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