Retail Space properties
155 E Palmetto Call for price
155 E PalmettoCall for price
Retail strip center on E Palmetto Park Road, adjacent to our 165 East Palmetto office building.
Palmetto Park Shoppes Call for price
Palmetto Park ShoppesCall for price
A 3-building strip center located in the heart of Downtown, adjacent to a major mixed-use development site.
171 E Palmetto Call for price
171 E PalmettoCall for price
2-unit retail center on the corner of Federal Highway and Mizner Boulevard.
Palmetto Place Call for price
Palmetto PlaceCall for price
Retail condo units on the ground floor of the luxury Palmetto Place residential condominium development.
Downtown Post Office Call for price
Downtown Post OfficeCall for price
A free-standing building with a large lot, housing the only Post Office in Downtown Boca Raton. Located across from Mizner Park.
Mizner Plaza Call for price
Mizner PlazaCall for price
A strip center facing Mizner Park, a prominent area attraction. Tenant mix is restaurant heavy, but most are long-term tenants.
4th Generation Building Call for price
4th Generation BuildingCall for price
A free-standing, single tenant building with frontage on Federal Highway and South East 3rd Street. It sits at the entrance to Royal Palm Place, a luxury mixed-use development.
7th Street Shoppes Call for price
7th Street ShoppesCall for price
A single-story strip center located between Federal Highway and Dixie Highway across from a large-scale residential high-rise that is currently being developed. It has a solid tenant mix and facade improvements have recently been completed.
Old Towne Shoppes Call for price
Old Towne ShoppesCall for price
A single-story “L” shaped building at the intersection of two major roads – Palmetto Park Rd & Federal Highway. It is situated at the virtual center of the Downtown area and is surrounded by numerous large-scale redevelopment projects.
Royal Palm Court Call for price
Royal Palm CourtCall for price
A 2-building strip center with frontage on two roads: South Federal Highway and South East 1st Avenue. The buildings sit back to back separated by a central courtyard.