Leesburg Commerce Park Office Space

2862 W Main Street Leesburg, FL 34748

Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Aug 19, 2022


  • Two story 3,900sf office condo
  • 1st floor just remodeled
  • 1st floor: 6 private office, break room, lobby and 2 restrooms
  • 2nd floor: 1 private office, large open work areas
  • Less than 2 miles west of downtown Leesburg
  • YB 2005, M1 zoned
  • AADT 20,500 cars per day (FDOT 2022)
  • Lake County Property Appraiser Alternate Key #3835920


NEW SIGNIFICANTLY LOWER PRICE. 3,900sf office located in Building A in the Leesburg Commerce Park about 2 miles west of downtown Leesburg. 1st floor is 1,976sf and offers an additional 1,924sf of office space on the second floor accessed by stairs. The first floor offers six private offices, a lobby, breakroom and two restrooms. Stairs in the back take you to the second floor that is mostly open which would be perfect for training or for an open work area, and also has one small private office. Call Randy Buss at NAI Heritage Commercial Real Estate for Industrial, Retail and Office brokerage solutions. We provide Landlord & Tenant Representation, Sale & Lease Brokerage, and Commercial Property Management throughout North Central Florida.

Leesburg Commerce Park is located one block east of the intersection of W Main Street and CR468. Property is less than 2 miles west of downtown area of Leesburg.

Year Built: 2005
Building Size: 3900sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.12 acres

Units for Lease

Space Available: 3900 SF
Lease Type: Gross

Price Per Sqft/Month: $7.00

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