Two office spaces for the price of one! Built in the late 1800?s, this charismatic downtown Iowa City office invites creative professionals to work in a building amongst artists and entrepreneurs. This private and quiet studio office overlooks the life and sounds of the city via two great and recently restored windows. Ample natural light and a splendid panoramic view of Washington Street can be seen from this third floor walk-up loft.
A secured street level entry opens onto stairs leading up to the office. As you enter the office, a small area to the right with custom built shelves is perfect for a work space, kitchenette or storage. To the left a short hallway leads to an open floor plan with high ceilings and large windows. The office includes abundant electrical outlets, a coat closet and a private bathroom. Office furniture and appliances (refrigerator and microwave) are available for lease. The overall space is 500 square feet including the bathroom and coat closet.
A rare find in this diverse and growing city, this listing is a prime opportunity not to be missed and is available for $850.00 per month. Schedule a tour today by calling 319-530-7052.
Cooling System: central
Heating system: Heat: forced air
Year Built: 1880
Double Pane Windows
Office! This is a great 3rd floor walk up office space in downtown Iowa City. Rent includes utilities.
At $850, this listing is priced $213 cheaper than the current market rate for a studio in Iowa City.
Students who live in at 218 E Washington Street #OFFICE 3W attend the following Iowa City Comm School District (Unified School District) public schools:
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Longfellow Elementary School
Grades PK - 6
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Southeast Junior High School
Grades 7 - 8
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Iowa City High School
Grades 9 - 12
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