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Property Overview
Price/Rent PSF $ 16.68
Asset Type Retail
Trade Type Sublease
SQ. FT. Available 17,743
Date Available 01/12/2018
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Confidential - 17,743 SF Retail Space For Sublease!

1103 County Road E is conveniently located off of I-694. This 17,743 sf retail building has great visibility, easy access, and sits in a major retail hub of Arden Hills. Neighboring tenants include Cub Foods, Trader Joe’s, Super Target, Caribou Coffee, Raising Canes, Starbucks, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Shoreview YMCA, Davanni’s Pizza, Walgreen’s, The Tavern Grill, Anytime Fitness, Great China, Frattalone’s Ace Hardware, Five Guys and more.

Highlights and Features:
• Year built: 2016
• 2 dock doors
• 2 drive in doors
• High traffic counts

Space Available: 17,743 sf
• Lease Expiration: 4/30/2026
• 2017 CAM: $9.97 psf and Tax: $2.48 psf
• Lease Rate: $16.68 psf

Demographics and Traffic Counts:
• 2016 Average Population: 1 mile - 5,525, 3 miles - 56,786 and 5 miles - 166,458
• 2016 Average Household Income: 1 mile - $73,429, 3 miles - $73,648 and 5 miles - $70,846
• Traffic Counts: 15,400 vpd - County Rd E, 20,200 vpd Lexington Avenue, 104,000 vpd on I-694

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