2150 General Pershing/717 Carroll Street

Office for Lease
Catylist Listing ID: 30358459
Property Subtypes: Office Building
Contiguous Space: 8,112 SF
Building Size (RSF): 8,112 SF
Gross Building Area: See Agent
Lease Rate: $12 PSF (Annual)
Base Monthly Rent: $8,112
Lease Types: Modified Gross
Class of Space: Class B
Last Updated: 4/6/2020

Overview / Comments

Well Maintained & Well Managed Multi-Unit general office building located in picturesque Old Mandeville along the Tammany Trace just steps from the Mandeville Trailhead. The subject property consists of two spaces 717 Carroll St (3,476 sf) and 2150 General Pershing (4,636 sf). Site is offered as a whole for $12 sf/yr, or, each space can be leased separately at an offering rate of $13 sf/yr Modified Gross.

Highlights:
Nearby Numerous Attractions: Dew Drop Jazz Hall, Mandeville Trailhead, Lafitte Street Farmers’ Market, Tammany Trace, Pontchartrain Yacht Club, Northlake Nature Center, Fountainbleau State Park, Sunset Point, and Many Food & Beverage Establishments

Ample Off Street Parking (True Luxury for the Area)

Short Distance to Major Thoroughfares (Causeway, HWY 190, & HWY 59)

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Suite: 2150/717 8,112 SF $12 PSF (Annual) Modified Gross
Space Available: 8,112 SF
Lease Rate: $12 PSF (Annual)
$8,112 (Monthly)
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Date Available: 12/31/2018
Space Type: New

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: New Orleans-Metairie
County: Saint Tammany
Tax ID/APN: 1140305170
Area Description: The city of Mandeville was founded in 1834 by Bernard Xavier de Marigny de Mandeville (1785-1868). Bernard resided in New Orleans; however, he maintained a rich and profitable plantation on the site of what is now Fontainebleau State Park. He went west of Bayou Castine, and purchased approximately 5,000 acres. There he planned to develop a prosperous new town. The historic part of the city of Mandeville consists of a unique collection of homes, which were constructed as summer retreats along the Lake Pontchartrain shoreline. Now, Mandeville is considered the gateway to the North Shore and St. Tammany Parish. Mandeville embraces the serenity of its rich naturalistic environment. As a waterfront and water-oriented community, Mandeville enjoys a temperate climate amid a lush canopy of live oaks, magnolias and towering pines. Old Mandeville in particular enjoys some of the Northshore’s best Arts, Entertainment, and Attractions.

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 8,110 35,631 48,946
Median Age: 40.87 40.07 40.83
Households: 3,301 13,227 18,196
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