BUSINESS – The Capital Commerce Center is a grand 6-story building overlooking Blair Stone Road. It is situated directly across from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Bob Martinez Center and the Winewood Center, headquarters of the Florida Department of Children and Families.
Originally constructed in 1990, the 274,400 SF office building became the headquarters of the Florida Department of Corrections until 2011 when the agency decided the relocate operations to the historic Carlton building in downtown Tallahassee and the Capital Circle office Center in Southwood.
The large building has remained unoccupied since the Department of Corrections Departure. With nearly 274,000 SF of available office space, it represents a significant share of the city’s current vacant office space. But with recent renovations now complete it truly represents a significant opportunity for a city looking to boost its local economy and create more skilled jobs.
NAI TALCOR hosted a tour of the facility Thursday night showcasing the Class-A upgrades to the facility including its refreshed entries, modern lobbies, and flexible office suites as small as 2,000 SF. Included with the building are 836 parking spaces on surface level and an attached 5-story parking garage.
Companies seeking to relocate into new markets are often looking for existing Class-A space to set up operations. There is no market more attractive than what Tallahassee offers: Mid-sized state capital with major universities and unparalleled natural beauty.
The building’s strategic location near the Tallahassee’s central business district and the Governor’s Square Mall, hotels, restaurants, retail, golf course, green ways and trails and the future 191,000 SF VA Outpatient Center less than a mile away provide all the amenities today’s companies are looking for.
Whether a firm is a large established operation with hundreds of employees or a small tech start-up, this strikingly modern 6-story building has the flexibility to accommodate.
The new owners of this facility have hedged bets on Tallahassee’s future noting the city’s smart growth initiatives, the presence of Florida’s youngest and most educated population, significant state and federal government operations, growing technology & research firms and a booming health-care sector make for strong selling points to lure businesses into this brand new space very soon.
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