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Commercial space for rent.

In the Saint-Jean-Baptiste district.

Area of 1,332 square feet.

Located at 769 Philippe Dorval Coin 200 d'Aiguillon, just down from Turnbull and Saint-Jean.

Taking possession according to your needs, around July or seven discussed.

The room is in the basement with ceramic floor to the size.

Located next to Irving islets, condos the tandem.

Building well located, seen from Saint-Jean Street facing Turnbull.

Bus stop ready.

The price of the room is $1,100.00 per month plus GST and QST,

Includes heating and hot water.

Electricity at the expense of the tenant.

Non-residential taxes are included in the rent price.

The room is completely renovated, wall, ceiling, window and toilet room.

The room can also be modified according to your needs.

The room is currently occupied by a martial art studio.

For more information or make an appointment for a visit, contact me

Joël St-Onge

418 655-3730

Complete Description
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Property features

Asking Price
$1,100
Price Term
Monthly
Space Area Minimum
1 332 ft² (123.75 m²)
Space Area Maximum
1 332 ft² (123.75 m²)
Available from
Now

Lot description:

  • Corner Lot

Location:

  • Public transport
  • Close to all services

Near Commerce:

  • Supermarket
  • Drugstore
  • Bank
  • Financial institution
  • Restaurant
  • Bar

Near Health Services:

  • Hospital
  • Dentist
  • Medical Center
  • Health / Spa Center

Electric System:

  • 100 amps
  • Breakers panel

Heating Source:

  • Hot Water

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Commercial space for rent

No. 838309

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