71 Allen Street – Rutland

71 Allen Street – Rutland
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5, 000+ SF 2-story Office Condo Bldg with ample on-site parking, attractive atrium reception and center core of main floor. 11 individual offices, large conference room with generous windows onto Allen Pond, kitchenette, file room, IT room, 3 restrooms & 1 shower. Allen Pond is an attractive office condominium complex near the Rutland Regional Medical Center. Financial information is projected using $12.00/sf, NNN, rent, 20.0% market vacancy rate, current $12, 619 taxes, $13, 368 Condo Fees (in 2013), $1, 200 estimated insurance (condo fees include primary insurance cost), $6, 492 (2010-2012) 3-yr avg propane consumption @ $2.40/gal and $5, 072 3-yr avg (2010-2012) electric expense. Income and Expense projections are NOT GUARANTEED. Prospective buyers and tenants must rely solely upon their own Due Diligence review of historical expenses of subject property and their own survey of actual Market Rents and vacancy rates before buying or leasing subject property. Price: $475,000

  • MLS Number 4389634
  • County Rutland
  • Market Rutland
  • Sale / Lease or Rent Sale
  • Location – Physical Address 71 Allen Street
  • Zoning Designation of Location
  • Municipal Services at Site or Available
  • Power at site
  • Square Footage
  • Ceiling Heights
  • Loading Docks

  • Agent Name Ray Ault
  • Company Ault Commercial Realty
  • Contact Email ray@aultcommercialrealty.com
  • Contact Phone (802) 773-0600
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Tyler Richardson
Tyler Richardson Assistant Director of REDC
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Phone: (802) 770-7067
Email: tyler@rutlandeconomy.com

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