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Following are a few samples of recent offerings in the downtown and central Phoenix area:

2025 North 3rd Street and 340 E Palm Lane. Landlords agent: Colliers.
Red brick 117,000 sf in the heart of downtown museum area with upgraded lobby and common areas.  Terrific garden setting, and close to the downtown business hubs.  Landlords agent is asking $18 to $20 full service with space sized from 1,000 to over 7,500 square feet vacant.
: Easy parking with free surface spaces in downtown building.  Lush gardens. Some suites with private patios.
Cons: Lobby and common areas add to load factor.  Constructed in 1984.

2627 North 3rd Street. Landlords agent: Avison Young.
Near St Joseph Hospital and Phoenix Childrens Hospital.  Two Story constructed in 1983. Suites available are sized from 850 to 1400 square feet.  Landlords agent is asking $18.50 per foot per year full service.
Third street is easy access in central city. Newly remodeled lobby. On site management.
Parking ratio less than 2:1000

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2700 and 2702 North 3rd Street. Landlords agent: Newmark Grubb.
This two building project constructed in the 1980s and remodeled in the late 90s is four stories. Landlords agent is asking $18.50 per foot/year full service. Vacancies are sized from 900 to 2,200 sqft.. Landscaping well maintained. Wide mix of tenants.
Pros: Parking ratio of 5:1000.  Close to Central avenue biz district without Central ave congestion. Respected ownership.
Cons: Age of buildings shows. Lobby staging and access confusing.

3030 North 3rd Street. Landlords agent: Lee & Associates.
Fourteen story corporate setting just east of Central avenue on 3rd street.  aka Copper Point Tower. Constructed in 1986 and well maintained.  Total size is 252,000 squarefeet. Landlords asking rents are $20/foot/year full service. Smallest size available is 1,600 square feet, up to a full floor. Great views of skylines.
Pros: Ownership and management on-site. On-site cafe and fitness center. Community conference room. 24-7 security.
Cons: Visitor parking limited.

120 North 44th Street. Landlords agent: Camroad Properties.
Aka Airport Center.  Asking rents of $17.50 full service per year. Suites sized from 1,330 to just over 3,100 square feet.
Walk to the airport People Mover at VanBuren street. Parking structure on west side of site. Constructed in 1984.
Pros: Perfect for airport access as well as access to freeway system and SE valley. Local Arizona ownership.
Cons: Interiors showing wear. Limited public areas. Signage limited.

One, Two and Three Gateway. Landlords agent: Transwestern.
426 North 44th street.  Two buildings of four stories each and one at eleven stories.  Asking rents by Landlord are $28/year/foot, full services included. Very well maintained. Construction in 1984 consistent with todays newer buildings. Parking ratio just under 5:1000.  Suites vacant sized from 1,310 sf to over 5,100. On-site fitness and cafe.
Pros: Great access to freeway network, light rail and close to airport.  Well maintained properties. Corporate image.  Hotels in walking distance.
Cons: Price. Large common area hallways and lobbies.

Gateway Executive Center, 1048 North 44th Street. Landlords  agent: Cushman Wakefield.
Constructed in 2006 with contemporary interiors. 40,000 square foot two stories. Mix of tenants.  Asking rents by Landlord is $22.50 full service/foot/year. Suites sizes in the 1,500 sf range.
Pros: Super access to 202 Freeway from 44th street.  Newer construction.  Rooftop patio amenities.
Cons: Limited suites availble. Surrounding properties.

Camelhead Business Center at 2600 N. 44th Street. Landlords agent: SVN
Busy area of 44th street, this 67,000 sqft multi building two story project has a full stoplight access point with a shared drive entry. Suites from 1,000 up to 4,300 sqft available. Full service lease rates of $14 per foot.  Monument and building signs along 44th street.
Pros: Price. On-site ownership.Proximity to retail shopping.
Cons: Age of construction shows in interior.

3333 North 7th Avenue.  Landlords agent: Marcor Commercial
Two story elevator served, just south of Osborn.  13,400 square feet available. Can be divided.  Asking rent is $13.75 plus NNN charges.
Good option for social service or municipal agency.
Pros: Location in central city network. Handicap accessible throughout. Bus line. Surface parking.
Cons: Construction in 1974.  Light rail at Central avenue.  NNN administration.

Papago Medical Park. 1331 North 7th Street. Landlords agent: Ensemble RE
Near Banner University Medical Center. Four level garage with free patient and staff parking. Established tenant base in this 79,200 sf four story building constructed in 1990.  Asking rents for medical space is $24 per foot full service.  Suites as small as 960 sf,up to 10,600. 
Pros: X ray and deli on-site.  Adjacent medical usage. Freeway access on I-10 at 7th street. Abundant parking.
Cons: Second generation spaces. Medical users.

3508 North 7th Street aka Mercury Building.  Landlords agent: Crossroads RE
Near several medical facilities and the newer restaurant row along 7th street.  This is a converted retail center of 20,500 square feet. Suites sized from 1,000 to 2,400 available.  Open shell style space and additional improvements can be added.  Asking rents are $17 to $20/foot/year full service.
Pros: 7th street area popularity and new independents.  Access to I-10 and 51 freeways. Shell style space, different.
Cons: Shell style space, different.  Parking limited.

One Renaissance Square at 20 North Central. Landlords agent: Cushman Wakefield.
492,000 square feet in 26 floors.  Asking rents of $28 to $30perfoot per year. Stunning interiors.  Suites available from 900 to 19,780 square feet. Constructed in 1987.  Parking ratio in underground structure of 5:1000. Lobby amenities and walking distance to government and sports entertainment.
Pros: Location and impact. Access to downtown amenities.  Light rail for employees. Views.
Cons: Parking access for public. Price. Downtown event interruptions.

Central Arts Plaza at 1850 North Central. Landlords agent: JLL
483,200 sqft in 24 floors.  Constructed in 91. Parking ratio of 3:1000.  Suites as small as 300 sqft,up to 27,000 contiguous. Asking rents are $28 to $30/ft/year, full service. On-site mgmt, cafe, fitness, bank and specialty retail.
Pros: Two acre park with sculpture.  Adjacent to community arts facilities.  Iconic architecture. Light Rail access. Views.
Cons: Parking costs. Price.

2020 North Central aka Central Park Square.  Landlords agent: Colliers
247,900 feet in 12 stories. Constructed in 85.  4:1000 parking ratio. Asking rents
starting at $19.50 per foot/year.  Available suites sized from 2,350 up to 17,300.  Full floors available. On-site mgmt with fitness club and pool.
Pros: Price.  Views. 24 hour security. Fiber optics.
Cons: Second generation spaces.

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