New London, Connecticut 06320
Rental - $954 per month
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This has to be one of the most affordable spaces of quality in New London. $10.75 per square foot for the initial year on a two year lease. Then $12.50 per square foot.This is a flexible spaces with many potential uses for its small size. Three rooms from large to smaller and an ample storage closet. All very usable. Only the small office is carpeted, the remaining rooms have lush hardwood floors and predominately cherry trim.
Harris Place is the Building with the most soul in New London. We have artists, art galleries, advertising innovators, internet geneses, health and wellness care professionals, counselors, attorneys, a children’s school, and others. It is a wonderful group. Please consider joining us. Come take a look anyway. Call or email me, George Waterman, (917)-513-4663 firstname.lastname@example.org I have owned the building for 28 years.
The third floor is full of very compatible tenants, two small law firms, a website designer, an investment manager, and a marine construction expert. The bathrooms are just a few steps away. You will enter the building from either State Street or from Masonic Street, just across from the main New London Post Office. You will walk through the 100 foot long and 30 foot high atrium to the wood paneled cherry elevator and up to your floor. The Atrium Cafe can serve you lunch or coffee. As a tenant, you may reserve the atrium for a function at no charge. For lunch or dinner there are four restaurants almost outside the front door. The transportation center at the historic 1885 Richardson train station is just a block and a half away, the City buses , the Greyhound buses and the ferries to Block Island, Fishers Island, and Orient Point all originate here. Parking is available in the two parking garages or the open lot all no more than a block and a half away. Two hour parking is almost always available on the streets.
The newly announced Coast Guard Museum that will transform the downtown with its 500,000 annual visitors, will be just a block and a half away. The Coast Guard projects the cost to be at least $80 million. The State of Connecticut has already committed $20 million of that amount. Come and join us and watch things change.
Please come and look. Please call me. George Waterman, owners’ representative. I have been with this building for 28 years. We have constantly tried to make it better. There are no fees at all. (917)-513-4663 or email email@example.com