Featured Property: One-Of-A-Kind Commercial Building Coming To Highway 50

Opening in Jan of 2020, Fifty West is a Class A, commercial building with 200 feet of Highway 50 frontage. The building will be located in Clermont, Florida, along Highway 50 Westbound.

Hawthorne, United States - July 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

CLERMONT – Opening in Jan of 2020, Fifty West is a Class A, commercial building with 200 feet of Highway 50 frontage.

The building will be located in Clermont, Florida, along Highway 50 Westbound just after Magnolia Pointe Blvd. Its location is just minutes from the Florida Turnpike, and only 30 minutes from Orlando.

The Fifty West plans call for a three-story building that will provide a total of 28,900 square feet. The ground floor will have 9,634 square feet of retail/professional/medical space. Floors two and three will feature 19,266 square feet of modern office space.

This pristine building will be constructed out of Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) and wrapped in glass, creating the perfect blend of natural and modern design. Through unique and elegant design features, this space will be unlike any other in the region. Custom LED lighting will help showcase the building at night.

More information, along with photos of the building, can be found through its website at http://www.leaseatfiftywest.com/. A video of the property can be viewed here: https://vimeo.com/319595176.

“This is a great opportunity in the growing City of Clermont where companies can join a building that will be a landmark for years to come,” said Ashley Pun, the property’s listing realtor. “With a number of companies having already committed to leasing, I recommend acting fast in order to secure space in this building-to-be.”

With a listing price of $30-38, the property can also be found on the MLS under the code, G5009832.

Ashley and Karin pride themselves on their ability to honestly and clearly provide commitment to excellence, to all their clients, and exceed their expectations on a consistent basis. With over 23 years of combined experience whether your needs include Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Vacant Land, Rental Properties and more, Ashley and Karin have you covered. With awards such as Multi-Million-Dollar Top Producer and Rookie of the Year paired with a marketing degree from Liberty, these Realtors know how to serve you! When they aren’t rocking the Realty world; Ashley can be found with her loving husband and her three children in Clermont, Fl and Karin can equally be found with her husband and two children actively advocating for causes dear to her heart within the Montverde area.

For additional information on the property or to express interest, please contact Ashley Pun at 407-403-4165 or Ashley@ARISoldit.com or Karin Arellano at 407-948-0767 or Karin@ARISoldit.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Michael Sneddon
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Organization: Highlighted Homes
Address: 3501 Jack Northrop Ave Suite #AGQ146, Hawthorne, CA 90250, United States
Website: https://www.highlightedhomes.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88899130

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