The property fronts the south side of the historic Banyan tree-lined Coral Way corridor that connects Coral Gables to the city of Miami ending in the premier financial district of Brickell Avenue. The Coral Way Office Building was originally built in 1990 and completely remodeled in 2015 with a new roof, new hurricane impact windows, exterior painting, common area upgrades, mechanical upgrades and elevator. It is a meticulously maintained property that provides its users 12 covered parking spaces plus 12 uncovered, fast elevator service, secured access, gated and fenced grounds wrapped in a modern stucco finish that differentiates the property from its neighboring competitors built in the 1970's and 1980's. The building is 3-stories high with offices encompassing each floor. The third floor is the largest space in the building and is 100% occupied by a single tenant. The first and second floors are 1/2 the floor plates of the third but are also 100% occupied. With a wraparound corner facing Coral Way, The Coral Way Office Building provides excellent signage opportunities for its tenants. Traffic counts for the property exceed 38,500 vehicles daily.
Built of concrete block on concrete slab, the property is enveloped in a smooth exterior stucco finish, providing its modern look for Coral Way. Floors are finished in marble with drywall interiors. Entry doors are hurricane impact with interior doors finished in high quality metal or wood finish. There are two exterior balconies available to the second and third floor tenants, that provides an upscale amenity not found in other properties along the corridor.