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4565 US Highway 17 - Building B - The Shoppes at Fleming Island
Two floors of 32,779 SF Contiguous (65,558 SF Total)
372' Frontage on Hwy. 17
Building 122 features 60,800 square feet available in a 100,800 sf dock high building.
Contact Patricia Cochran at 904-264-4030 about leasing opportunities.
This property is in excellent condition and boasts eighteen-foot, clear-height ceilings, dock-high loading, and modern offices.
For more details and leasing information, call J.R. Richardson at (904) 399-5222.
The business park also offers Executive Suites that can be leased short or long term. These individual ready-to-go offices can provide you with the image you are looking for at a fraction of the price of a traditional larger office space. Visit www.argusexecutivesuites.com to learn more.
Fleming Island ranks among the wealthiest zip codes in the Jacksonville area, with an average household income of $104,254 and average net worth of $959,951. The 32003 zip code placed #2 only after Ponte Vedra Beach in a March 2013 Jacksonville Business Journal article. Fleming Island has its own Carmike Cinema 12, Walmart, Target, Home Depot, Kohl's, Publix, Winn-Dixie, Michael's, Pet Smart, O2B Kids, and a plethora of other businesses. Clay County Public Library Headquarters borders the business park. In addition to a prestigious address, the area also offers an abundant skilled labor pool and affluent residential communities.
Fleming Island is a reverse commute for Jacksonville residents, making Fleming Island Business Park the perfect location for your company. For Leasing Information, you can stop by Developers Realty Group's on-site leasing office to meet with our property manager.
MULTI-MODAL - Reynolds Park is served by railroad (CSX), highway (16 miles to I-10 or I-95), water (1.1 miles of bulkhead, 13 piers) and a private airport (5,000’ runway).
BUSINESS CENTER - This unique facility provides affordable infrastructures for a wide range of uses. Types of businesses found in the Park include seafood processing, aviation technologies, rail-car repair, pipe manufacturing and distribution, and boat manufacturing.