293-301 Atlantic Ave

Class: A + 11201 Buildings Downtown Brooklyn

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293-301 Atlantic Ave

293-301 Atlantic Ave is a 13 story office building located in the Downtown Brooklyn. Further information on rent, lease office 293-301 Atlantic Ave includes the following. 293-301 Atlantic Ave does not currently have coworking options available. We can get you the best deals on coworking. No Fee. We negotiate to get you the best deals.The Zip Code for 293-301 Atlantic Ave is 11201. 293-301 Atlantic Ave contains 64,252 square feet of office space for rent. The office space is rated Class A. Construction of 293-301 Atlantic Ave finished in 2007. Small, medium and large options for rent office 293-301 Atlantic Ave are available. In addition to nearby office building lease options, sublease 293-301 Atlantic Ave options may be provided as well.

293-301 Atlantic Ave Property Overview

Bulding Address: 293-301 Atlantic Avenue
Bulding Name: Smith Tower
Building Alternate address(es): None
Zip Code:11201
Neighborhood:Downtown Brooklyn
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:13
Year Built:2007
Building Class:A

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