Office for Lease - Novi

Office for Lease
Catylist Listing ID: 30812099
Property Subtypes: Business Park
Contiguous Space: 5,030 SF
Building Size (RSF): 5,030 SF
Gross Building Area: 16,880 SF
Lease Rate: $14.25 PSF (Annual)
Base Monthly Rent: $5,973
Lease Types: Modified Gross
Building Name: Hickory Corporate Park
Class of Space: Class B
Last Updated: 3/24/2023

Overview / Comments

Spacious professional office available in the heart of the desirable "NoVille" (Novi/Northville) area. Multiple private offices, conference room, and kitchen along with ample work space for support staff. Perfect for any professional service firm or non-profit agency!

Diverse array of business enterprises nearby.

Ample surface parking.

Easy access to I-275, I-96 and I-696.

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Suite: 22960 5,030 SF $14.25 PSF (Annual) Modified Gross
Space Available: 5,030 SF
Lease Rate: $14.25 PSF (Annual)
$5,973 (Monthly)
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Space Description: Spacious professional office space near diverse industrial businesses. Multiple private offices, conference room, and kitchen area. Perfect for any professional service firm or non-profit agency!
Date Available: 8/1/2022
Space Type: Relet
Conference Rooms: 1
Kitchen Yes

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Detroit-Warren-Dearborn
County: Oakland
Submarket/Township: Central I-96 Corridor
Taxing Authority: City of Novi
Tax ID/APN: 50-99-00-017-201
Zoning: I-1
Property Located Between: Novi Rd. and Meadowbrook Rd.
Property Visibility: Good
Highway Access: I-96, I-275, I-696
Airports: DTW, Lansing, Flint
Site Description: Located in well maintained Hickory Corporate Business Park
Area Description: Novi is located in Oakland County with a population of over 66,000. It is located about 8 miles northwest of the city of Detroit and about 16 miles northeast of Ann Arbor. The city is located within the boundaries of the Novi Township, which now also includes portions of the cities of Northville and Walled Lake. Novi MI is a beautiful city with great attractions, a rich history and a welcoming community. The city provides high-quality public safety, parks, recreation, public works, and infrastructure, which makes it one of the best places to live in Michigan and wider. Most residents own their own homes and many families and young professionals can be found putting down roots here. Novi city also has high-level hospitals, including The Ascension Providence Hospital, Novi Campus, and highly recommended schools, including the Novi Community Schools. One of the favorite and most visited places in the city is The Twelve Oaks Mall, which was built in 1977. This huge shopping center is widely used and known ever since it opened.
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 1
Year Built: 2000
Parking Type: Surface
Air Conditioning: Package Unit
Zoning Description: The I-1, Light Industrial district is intended to encourage innovations and variety in type, design and arrangement of land uses, but at all times to protect neighboring residential districts from any adverse impacts. The I-1 district is designed so as to primarily accommodate research, office and light industrial uses, including wholesale activities, warehouses, and industrial operations whose external, physical effects are restricted to the area of the district and in no manner affect in a detrimental way any of the surrounding districts. The district is designed to encourage unified complexes of research, office and light industrial uses, with high tech and multi-use facilities characterized by office, light industrial and warehousing activities in a planned environment. The I-1 district is so structured as to permit, along with any specified uses, the manufacturing, compounding, processing, packaging, assembly or treatment of finished or semifinished products from previously prepared material. It is further intended that the processing of raw material for shipment in bulk form, to be used in an industrial operation at another location, not be permitted. The general goals of this use district include, among others, the following specific purposes: 1. To provide sufficient space, in appropriate locations, to meet the needs of the City's expected future economy for all types of research, office, light industrial and related uses. 2. To protect abutting residential districts by separating them from manufacturing and related activities by limiting uses which may locate adjacent to such residential districts, by setbacks for buildings and offstreet parking, by limitation of location of off-street loading/unloading areas, and by landscape planning/berm/wall screens, and by prohibiting the use of such industrial areas for new residential development. 3. To promote research, office and light industrial development which is free from danger of fire, explosions, toxic and noxious matter, radiation, and other hazards, and from offensive noise, vibration, smoke, odor and other objectionable influences. 4. To protect the most desirable use of land in accordance with a well considered plan. To protect the character and established pattern of adjacent development, and in each area to conserve the value of land and buildings and other structures, and to protect the City's tax revenue.
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 13,653 65,288 192,262
Median Age: 41.92 41.58 42.54
Households: 5,469 27,718 79,632


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