Open Concept Office Space in Midtown

715 N. Hudson Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73102

715 N. Hudson Ave., Oklahoma City, OK, 73102
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Property Type:
Single Tenant Office
Amount:
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Last Verified:
Jul 21, 2022

Highlights

  • Open Concept Office
  • 3 Private Offices
  • Centralized Midtown Location
  • Tons of Natural Light
  • On-site Parking Available

Description

Private, single tenant office space comprising of the entire second floor of 715 N. Hudson Ave. in Midtown Oklahoma City. Open concept office space with three private offices, designated kitchen area and two separate ADA bathrooms. Office has a private entrance off of N. Hudson Ave. and tons of natural light throughout the space. On-site parking available.

Second Floor office on Hudson Ave. between NW 6th St. and NW 7th St.


Year Built: 1911
Building Size: 3250sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.72 acres


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Units for Lease

715 N. Hudson Ave.
Space Available: 3250 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Month: $11.00

Map of 715 N. Hudson Ave., Oklahoma City, OK, 73102

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