Croatia, Split - Commercial space area of 1100 m2, city district Spinut, for rent
Dalmatian coast

Ref. : 2016/158, Commercial Space Rent

Selling price:On Request

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Location: Split
Description:

Living space: 1100
Number of rooms: 6

 

Business area of 1100 m2, divided into several smaller units (showroom and sales area, storage area, space for retail, offices). The premises are located in an attractive location, and have unimpeded access for vans and commercial vehicles, as well as free parking for customers.

The exhibition space is located on the ground floor and covers an area of 400 m2 and has 6 separate exhibition sections. Above this area is upper floor which extends to 450 m2, with interior design by the wishes of the tenant. On this floor are two air-conditioned office, and this floor has the option of setting a separate entrance. A storage area of 200 m2, with 9 feet high ceilings and as two loading doors. The retail space has an area of 110 m2, also has a corresponding air-conditioned office, bathroom and separate entrance. Office space has a total of 56 m2, separate entrance, floor heating and the bathroom, and is air conditioned.

Location description
Split
Split (Croatian pronunciation: [splît]; Italian: Spalato, see Name section) is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, centred on the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian. Spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings, Split's greater area includes the neighboring seaside towns as well.

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