Chestnut Commons II | 1,500 SF office space | Downtown McKinney TX

301 E Virginia St McKinney, TX 75071

301 E Virginia St, McKinney, TX, 75071
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FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Cap Rate:
0.00%
Last Verified:
Feb 21, 2022

$25.00 SF/yr + $7.11 SF/yr (NNN) Chestnut Commons II is located in pedestrian-friendly, historic downtown McKinney within steps of the restaurants, shops, and services that downtown McKinney has to offer. Ideally situated adjacent to the city parking garage, approximately 1500 SF of shell space on the 2nd floor is the last available suite at Chestnut Commons. Finish-out options and tenant improvement allowance are negotiable. Additional features include elevator access, natural light, and ample, convenient parking in the city garage, and close proximity to US-380 and US-75.

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