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Suite 300: Professional Office Suite AVAILABLE



logo_smAVAILABLE:  This is Suite 300, (the Western Suite) the courthouse-facing suite consisting of an executive office that adjoins a large Great Room.  The ceilings in this Suite are soaring: 18 ft high, with ceiling fans and handing globe lamps.  The Great Room has enormous 10 ft windows that face the historic Courthouse Square, as does the adjoining private office directly under the building’s distinctive Onion Dome.

Parking available in the large surface lot across the street.  Completely ADA compliant with elevator access.  Also accessible via the Grand Stair from the lobby.

This is extremely rare, Class A executive space in THE landmark icon of Georgetown. Straight lease, $2,175/mos, + utilities (see below). $2,175 deposit, min. 2 year lease.

The entire 3rd Floor is ADA accessible.

While this grand building has stately 19th century charm, it’s infrastructure is pure 21st century. State-of-the-art double-telescoping Thyssen Krupp elevator takes you from ground level right to the front door, while blazing-fast fiber-optic internet is available from Suddenlink.  The suites are wired for phone and ethernet.

By “utilities” we are refering to utility services offered by the City of Georgetown, including electricity, water, wasterwater and trash pickup. Internet, phone and cable are independent relationships between tenant and provider, and are not provided by landlord. Third floor utilities are billed by how many “units” a tenant leases. The 3rd floor has been gridded into 10 units. Most suites represent one unit, although there is one exception:  Ste. 300 contains 3 units.

The monthly utility bill for the floor is divided 10 ways, and each tenant is billed a pro-rata share based on how many units they control. For example, Ste. 301 controls 1 unit, so they would be billed 1/10 of the floor’s bill.   In 2017 the monthly average utility bill for the whole floor came to $958.  So Suite 301’s pro-rata share of that bill was be $958.00/10 = $95.80.

Janitorial and cleaning services to the common areas are provided by the landlord. Third-floor common areas include stairways, hallways, landings, bathrooms and elevators.  Tenant space cleaning is the responsibility of the tenant, although janitorial services are available from landlord.

Work in an amazing location
One of the great things about this suite is it’s proximity to Gumbo’s fantastic lounge and private room. With it’s gorgeous lounge and wonderful outdoor balcony, the 2nd floor lounge is a great place for entertaining clients and closing deals.

And with a plethora of other great dining options on the Square, working in downtown Georgetown offers a magical quality of life. If you want to escape from the drudgery of fluorescent bulbs, cubicles, strip malls and office parks, working on the Square is utterly invigorating and refreshing. Here we offer zest, and the stimulation of a vibrant downtown. Be a part of the renaissance of the Georgetown Square! Work and play in the energy and vitality of a bustling district. We offer walking-distance access to banks, coffee shops, restaurants, fine retail, pastries, title companies, beauty salons, government offices, and the county courthouse. There is just about always something interesting going on downtown.

See how good work life can be on the Historic Courthouse Square!



Call 512.633.2961 for more information!


Suite 300 Photo Gallery:  The Great Room
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Suite 300 Photo Gallery:  Office 300a
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Suite 300 Photo Gallery:  Office 300b
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