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Commercial Space


1602 N. Walnut Street
Jacksonville, FL 32206

Square Feet: 3400 sq.ft
Unit: Corner Lot
Available: Available Immediately
Rent: The base rent is $5,000/month (plus applicable sales tax) plus specified operating expenses. Additional rent will be based on the tenant's annual sales if over $750,000.

Charming Historic Commercial Space for Lease in Historic Springfield

Discover an exceptional opportunity to establish your business in the heart of Historic Springfield. This stunning brick building, prominently situated at the corner of Walnut Street and 6th Street, offers unparalleled visibility and charm.

Key Features:
  • Prime Location: Nestled in the business-friendly Enterprise Zone, this property benefits from a vibrant community atmosphere and proximity to Main Street and Downtown businesses. It's easily accessible on foot or by bike.
  • Versatile Space: Ideal for a restaurant, café, or neighborhood market, the space is designed to cater to a variety of business needs, ensuring a perfect fit for your vision.
  • Ready for Occupancy: The space is available for immediate move-in, allowing you to start your business operations without delay.
  • Ample Parking: There is plenty of street parking, providing convenience for your customers and team members.
  • Unique Amenities: Enhance your business with the Zen Garden (included in your rent) offering a serene outdoor space.  Also included is an Events Room, perfect for hosting gatherings or expanding your service offerings.

Make this beautiful commercial property the new home for your business and take advantage of the lively Historic Springfield community.

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Reasons to Move Your Professional Office to Historic Springfield:
  • There’s plenty of free street parking. You won’t see any meters or parking garages around here – just free parking on every street.
  • Traffic jams are just a bad memory. It’s rare to find traffic snarls in our area. So, you won’t have to eat breakfast in the car while trying to make it to work on time.
  • The neighborhood creates a warm, welcoming community feel. We know our mail carrier’s name and what little league team the courier’s daughter plays for.
  • You can avoid the lunch rush. Historic Springfield’s restaurants are still a well-kept secret so you won’t have to wait in long lines when you’re hungry or have a short lunch break.  You can even walk to many local restaurants in the neighborhood or walk next door to Silkies featuring daily specials.