Marquette Professional Building
1230 Wilson Street
Marquette, MI 49855
For leasing terms and particulars and for showings:
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3,500 sq. ft. for Lease
Steve Pelto, CRS
LOOK Realty
1900 Presque Isle
Marquette, MI 49855
Tel: 906-228-7255
email: stevelookrealty@hotmail.com
Leslie T. Zador, Owner/Manager
No. 41, a Delaware LLC
15760 Ventura Blvd., Ste. #700
Encino, CA 91436
Tel: 818-995-9448
email: les@leszadorlaw.com
The Property: 16,364 sq.ft. building on a 1.62 acre (70,567 sq.ft.) site located at 1230 Wilson
Street, Marquette, MI 49855, about half a mile from the new UP Health System – Marquette
Hospital. The style is modern with the quality of construction easily exceeding code requirements;
and its open spaces ar
Tenant needs to
medical building use. 3,500 sq.ft. (approximately half of the lower level) is currently available.
Rent:
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Site Description: The upper level fronts Wilson Street, while the lower level with its own
separate entrance fronts McClellan Avenue, one of the main traffic routes in the City of
Marquette, MI. The property can also be accessed from O'Dovero Drive and is not located in a
flood plain.
Parking:
Additional Features: The structure consists of clear span design, which lends itself to unre-
strained renovation potential as desired. The building is air-conditioned and fully sprinklered
Fiber optic high speed Internet is available; and construction is of reinforced concrete walls,
structural steel frame, and brick veneer. The roof is of ballast design, engineered to support a
snow load of 70 pounds per sq.ft. Zoning is Commercial; Assessor’s Parcel No. 0514236.
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The ground oor of the building facing Wilson Street.
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The ground oor of the building facing McClellan Street.
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Amenities: Modern building of high quality construction, featuring; central air conditioning and heat-
ing, carpeting throughout, high ceilings, kitchen facilities, elevator, natural light, partitioned ofces,
reception areas, conference rooms, exposed ceilings, and men’s and women’s restrooms.
Construction: Reinforced poured concrete walls at the lower level and footings; reinforced concrete
oor slab on grade at the lower level and on the metal deck at the upper level; structural steel frame con-
sisting of columns, beams, and bar joists; metal stud walls with brick veneer; and a ballasted single-ply
roof membrane.
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Aerial view of the Marquette Professional Building showing existing parking congured for 43 spaces on the upper lot and 33 spaces on the
lower lot.
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Marquette, Michigan
Marquette County is the largest county in land area in the State of Michigan--3,425 sq.mi.--and, with a
population of 67,077 as per the 2010 census, the most populous county in the Michigan Upper Peninsula.
e county is named for Father Marquette, a Jesuit missionary, and was created in 1843. e Huron
Mountains are located within the county, and to the north is Lake Superior.
Marquette County is mostly rural with the cities of Ishpeming, Marquette, and Negaunee comprising its
major metropolitan/urban areas. e Marquette Area is the largest population center of the Michigan
Upper Peninsula with 31,000 residents living across three municipalities: a) the City of Marquette
(21,355 population as per the 2010 census), b) Marquette Township, and c) Chocolay Township. With
deep roots as a shipping town for the iron ore coming from the west end of the county, the Marquette
Area has become the regional hub for retail, restaurants, education, health care, and outdoor recreation.
Major employers include the UP Health System--Marquette (1,924 employees), Northern Michigan
University (1,152 employees), and Peninsula Medical Center (650 employees).
e Marquette Area in general and the City of Marquette in particular have received considerable
recognition over the past few years, including: Top 10 Best Small Cities in America (Nerd Wallet), Top
5 Places to Retire (CNN/Money), Top 20 Towns for Sportsmen (Outdoor Life), 10 Best Small Cities in
which to Raise a Family (Forbes), and Number One Place to Bike and Live (Bike Magazine). In 2012, the
City of Marquette was listed among the 10 Best Places to Retire in the U.S. by CBS “Money/Watch.
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Local economic development resources include:
Accelerate Up, a nonprot organization, which oers free and condential business advice within
Marquette County.
Marquette Downtown Development Authority, which focuses on: long-range planning for the city's
downtown area; building construction, improvement, rehabilitation, maintenance, and operation; and
construction and maintenance of public facilities.
Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP), which provides a variety of free and eective develop-
ment services for businesses and municipalities, making connections between businesses, organizations,
leaders, and legislators while advocating for programs and policies that strengthen the regional economy.
And Michigan Works, a system designed to help employers nd the skilled workers they need and to
help job seekers nd good jobs that provide economic self suciency.
Transportation: Marquette is served by American Airlines and Delta Airlines out of Sawyer
International Airport (KSAW) with daily ights to Chicago, Detroit, and Minneapolis-Saint Paul. e
city has limited freight rail service and a public transit system known as MarqTran, which runs buses
through the city and to nearby places such as Sawyer International Airport and the nearby City of
Ishpeming.
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e information contained in this brochure has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. Even so,
much of the information, particularly that which relates to construction, predates the owner’s acquisition
of the property. Further, none of the information has been independently veried; and any prospective
lessee is, therefore, encouraged to make his/her own independent investigation.