Up to 100,000 Sq. Ft. of Office Space Available for Lease at the National Federation of the Blind Building

| May 17, 2019 | 0 Comments

Up to 100,000 sq. ft. of office space is available for lease at National Federation of the Blind’s (NFB) 355,000 sq. ft. complex at 200 E. Wells St. in Riverside. The building is owned and managed by the Jacobus tenBroek Memorial Fund.

NFB moved into the property 40 years ago and built an attached five-story building on E. Wells St. in 2004. NFB President Mark Riccobono told SouthBMore.com that efficiencies have allowed the organization to free up space in the complex.

Spaces for lease are available along the Johnson St. and  E. Wells St. entrances to the complex. A new entrance is also being conceptualized on E. Barney St. to access additional office space for lease. Riccobono told SouthBMore.com about 40,000 sq. ft. is immediately available.

“Anyone who’s been in our building knows we take great pride in the building and keeping it up,” said Riccobono.

Sections of the new building on E. Wells St. have never been finished and would require a build-out.

The office space for lease can be divided up in different sections depending on the needs of the tenant.

“We’re excited about the possibilities to bring in the right tenant,” said Riccobono.

NFB has an 80-space parking garage. It uses some of the spaces for its fleet of vehicles, but Riccobono said parking spaces could be available to a tenant depending on the deal. Riccobono said most of the businesses Jacobus tenBroek Memorial Fund has been in discussions with are businesses that operate in the daytime when parking is more readily-available in the area.

Jacobus tenBroek Memorial Fund is working with broker JLL to lease the spaces.

NFB is currently renovating the Barney Street Wing of its complex to add new sleeping rooms and a fitness facility.

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