Built in 1909, this West Tampa Cigar Factory was known as the Fitzgerald Building and is one of the last factories that produced cigars. The building was fully restored within the last few years and has been impeccably restored and the brick facade is in excellent condition. All windows have been replaced, as well as the roof and all trim work. The original corner entrance has large glass doors with glass skylights. The building is currently utilized as a showroom and office for an interior design firm. The 2,100 SF space on the 2nd floor consists of two open spaces separated by large farmhouse doors. There are two restrooms and a breakroom in the rear. The interior straircase leads to the 2nd floor creative loft with 11 foot ceiling with 4 private offices, 6 individual workstations in an open workspace, conference room, and restroom. There is a 2nd floor patio to the rear of the offices with a staircase leading to the parking lot. The grounds are lushly landscaped and consist of beautiful live oaks and an additional building that is currently used for storage but could be used as an outdoor pavilion. The building has a private parking lot and has 7 spaces in the rear lot and 7 spaces along the side of the building.
Initial estimated monthly rent: $4,861 (includes base rate + CAM ($6.22) + sales tax)
Located at the corner of N. Habana Avenue and W. Kathleen Street and north of Columbus Avenue and I-275, offering easy access to surrounding areas.