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414 (500T) West Soledad Street 500T, GCIC Building, Hagatna, GU 96910 (MLS# 12-1853)

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414 (500T) West Soledad Street 500T, GCIC Building
Hagatna, GU 96910
MLS# 12-1853
Status: Closed
House Size 157 sqft
414 (500T) West Soledad Street 500T, GCIC Building, Hagatna, GU 96910
MLS# 12-1853
Status: Closed
House Size 157 sqft

Useful Property Information
Excellent office location and part of a Professional Office Center - includes reception area with receptionist, conference room, copy room, and all utilities, including full 100% backup power. Must see! Ready to move-in now. Agent is in-house corporate broker for corporation owner.

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Contract Information
Current Price: $499
List Date: 2012-05-07
Status: Closed
List Price: $499
Lock Box Info: None
Pending/Sold Information
Sold Date: 2012-06-13
Sold Price: 499
Building/House #: 414 (500T)
Street Direction Pfx: West
Street Name: Soledad
Street Suffix: Street
Building Name: GCIC Building
Apt/Unit #: 500T
Village: Hagatna
Postal Code: 96910
State/Province: GU
Geo Lat: 13.476926
Geo Lon: 144.745591
Property Description
Book Section: Commercial Rental
Realtor.com Type: Commercial
Total Rooms/Units: 1
Living Area SqFt: 157
SqFt Source of Info: Not in List
Year Built: 1971
Style: Office Space
Stories: 9
Unit is on Floor #: 5
Access: Paved
Flood Zone: UNKNOWN
Zoning: C
View: Neighborhood
Condition: Very Good
Ownership: Leasehold
Property Features
Construction: Concrete; Poured Concrete
Roof: Concrete
Flooring: Carpet
ADA Compliance: Unknown
Utilities: Electricity Included; Public Sewer; Water Included
Features/Amenities: None
Elevators: Passenger
Backup Generator: Full
Parking: Unassigned
Features & Amenities: Fire Sprinkler Sys.; Mail Delivery; Security Guard; Security Guard
Com Area Fee Include: Electricity; General Maintenance; Water

Last Updated: April - 13 - 2021

414 (500T) West Soledad Street 500T, GCIC Building, Hagatna, GU 96910 - MLS# 12-1853

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