1741 Main St

1741 Main Street
Sarasota FL

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Property Size
72,408 Sq Ft
Available Space
30,000 Sq Ft - 72,408 Sq Ft
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EXUDING THE RIGHT VIBE IN A UNIQUE URBAN SETTING Currently the headquarters of the Sarasota Herald Tribune, 1741 Main is a modern marvel situated in picturesque downtown Sarasota. Built in 2006 and designed by the renowned Miami-based architecture firm, Arquitectonica, 1741 Main has been awarded the American Institute of Architects Award of Excellence. The building draws on elements of vernacular architecture and mid-century modernism known as the Sarasota school of architecture. With close to 75,000 s.f., it represents a unique opportunity for a landmark headquarters location in a bustling amenity-rich downtown with suburban convenience. With over 30,000 s.f. of glass designed to resist at least a Category 3 hurricane, 1741 Main combines artistic ingenuity with functional performance. Although originally designed for single tenancy, recent modifications have been made to accommodate multiple tenants of 30,000 s.f. or more. BUILDING HIGHLIGHTS • Built in 2006 – designed by Arquitectonica (internationally renowned architecture firm) • 3-story • 72,408 s.f. for single tenant – corporate or regional headquarters • Will subdivide to 30,000 s.f. • Currently designed for 350+ employees • 3.8/1,000 s.f. parking ratio • Convenient proximity to major thoroughfares: I-75, US Hwy 41, US Hwy 301, and Sarasota Bradenton International Airport <5 mi • Located in the heart of amenity-rich downtown Sarasota • Unique opportunity for user to occupy a work-of-art building and take advantage of improving market conditions

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Brent Miller_Commercial Real Estate Broker
Brent Miller

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