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Conejo Ridge Executive Center

Description

The two remaining buildings in the eight-building purchase collection comprise approximately 24,000  square feet of new owner/user or leasable office or medical space. Conejo Ridge Executive Center consists of 31 freestanding office and medical buildings in the affluent Conejo Valley submarket in Ventura County.

The new assets, which are ready for owner finishes, are located in the Class "A" Conejo Ridge Executive Center at the US 101 Freeway in the expanding 101 Technology Corridor. Both new buildings offer immediate freeway access. The 8,499 square foot building is located at 3255 Old Conejo Road. The office building located at 3045 Old Conejo Road is 15,494 square feet and offers freeway identity. All the properties offer abundant, free surface parking.  

Nestled among the Santa Monica Mountains, the Conejo Valley enjoys worldwide recognition by business leaders as an excellent environment in which to live, locate businesses and own real estate. The Conejo Ridge Executive Center is centrally positioned on the 101 Freeway with the Burbank and Los Angeles International Airport -- approximately 40 and 47 miles to the south respectively -- and Santa Barbara Airport 60 miles to the north. Numerous dining, hotel, and retail amenities, as well as executive residential housing, are available within a five-mile radius of the center.

Location

Address: 3045 & 3225 Old Conejo RoadThousand Oaks, CA 91320 818.703.9600 For driving directions and map, click here Property Manager Jane Thomas

Leasing Information

Sales Information:  View Sales Flyer Tony Principe - 805.497.4557  x236Darin Arrasmith - 805.497.4557  x228

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