New London, Connecticut 06320
Rental - $2,473 per month
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TWO FREE PARKING SPACES. The rental is $12.50 per square foot. The rent is $2,472 monthly.
Suite 100 was recently vacated. It is in perfect shape. It is carpeted with fine padded rich green carpeting. There are four very nice offices, a break room, a reception area, a large conference room, and a large storage area. The space faces State Street on the street level. It is an ideal location for a professional office of any type, a law office, a certified public accounting firm, and any other use. On the rear side of the space it fronts on the interior atrium bringing natural light to the rear office and hallway. There is a covered walkway to the garage on the second level. Just take the elevator to the second level and you are at the garage walkway. The bathrooms are expensively finished with large mirrors, stylish light fixtures, and a blond and a deep green marble in the ladies and mens’ rooms respectively. Two free parking spaces behind the building are included in the rent.
New London has many features which are all very tenant friendly such as restaurants, banks, law firms, shops, etc.. One of the most interesting aspects of New London in recent years has been the gentrification of the downtown area. It has been gradual but it has been constant. Now the City has received a great boost from the Coast Guard. The new Coast Guard Museum will be built on the waterfront just two blocks from the Manwaring Building. This $80 million addition to the downtown will absolutely transform the area. The Mayor, naturally, forecasts 1 million visitors a year. The Coast Guard forecasts 800,000 visitors per year. The experience of the other military museums has been between 500,000 and 1 million visitors annually. It is reasonable to expect a very substantial change in the downtown area from this influx of visitors. It is likely that downtown New London will become a destination like the Mystic Seaport.
Please come and join us at the Manwaring Building and be a witness to this transformation. My name is George Waterman, I have been in charge of this building most of the period Since 1985. Please call or e-mail me at 917-513-4663 or firstname.lastname@example.org