18 Emory Place - Office Space for Lease

Office for Lease
Lease Pending
Catylist Listing ID: 30073795
Property Subtypes: Office Building
Status: Pending
Contiguous Space: 3,042 SF
Building Size (RSF): 3,042 SF
Gross Building Area: See Agent
Gross Land Area: 18,065 SF
Lease Rate: $15 - 16 PSF (Annual)
Base Monthly Rent: $3,802 - 4,056
Lease Types: Modified Gross
Building Name: 18 Emory Place
Class of Space: Class B
Last Updated: 4/12/2021

Overview / Comments

Potential for a great build to suit office suite. It is a two story suite that features an open stair case, exposed brick, and could offer an open work environment with lots of natural light. Parking is available nearby for a reasonable price, and the owner is eager to work with the right tenant on

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Suite: 640 N Gay St 3,042 SF $15 - 16 PSF (Annual) Modified Gross
Level/Floor: First and Second Floor
Status: Pending
Space Available: 3,042 SF
Lease Rate: $15 - 16 PSF (Annual)
$3,802 - 4,056 (Monthly)
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Space Description: About 1,000SF downstairs and 2,000SF upstairs. Currently shell space that the Landlord is willing to offer buildout for.
Date Available: 3/1/2020
Space Type: New
Kitchen Yes
Rent Escalators Step-Up Lease
Rent Escalators Description $0.50/SF annual increases

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Knoxville
County: Knox
Tax ID/APN: 094DM001
Zoning: C-3
Property Visibility: Good
Airports: TYS
Area Description: The Emory Place Historic District is a historic district in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, located just north of the city's downtown area. The district consists of several commercial, residential, religious, and public buildings that developed around a late nineteenth century train and trolley station. The district includes the Knoxville High School building, St. John's Lutheran Church, First Christian Church, and some of the few surviving row houses in Knoxville. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.[1] Following railroad construction in the 1850s, Knoxville slowly expanded northward. In 1890, the "Dummy Line," a railroad line connecting Knoxville and Fountain City, was established, with what is now Emory Place as its southern terminus. A farmers' market and several small industrial and commercial firms developed adjacent to the train station to take advantage of the influx of customers and transportation advantages. While Emory Place declined with the dismantling of Knoxville's trolley system in the late 1940s, many of its late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century buildings still stand, and have been restored.
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 2
Year Built: 1920
Year Renovated: 2017
Construction/Siding: Brick
Parking Type: Surface
Heat Type: Natural Gas
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Septic

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 13,282 87,853 158,310
Median Age: 29.66 32.3 35.11
Households: 5,771 35,792 67,542


Photograph of Listing Agent

Daniel Odle

Lawler-Wood, LLC KAAR CIE Member
Photograph of Listing Agent

Sam Harrell

Lawler-Wood, LLC KAAR CIE Member
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