The 591 Park Avenue building offers office users exceptional office space for lease in downtown Idaho Falls. The property currently has three separate office suites, from 2,665 to 4,763 square feet, which are now available for lease! Office space in this attractive, historic property offers tenants an expansive and well-appointed, shared conference room. The suites that are available for lease provide office users nice interiors, functional floorplans, and terrific business
Now available! Exceptional retail space offering 15,123 square feet of prime real estate for lease and located in the Ashment Shopping Center, this former Petco space offers retailers an exceptional business location next to the Grand Teton Mall. The available space is squarely located in the center of Idaho Falls' regional retail hub and services over 250,000 people who live and work within the trade area.
SINGLE TENANT, NNN INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY | Located at one of the busiest intersections in Idaho Falls!
Tech Park, LLC purchased 60,113 square feet of industrial land on Stanley Street in Idaho Falls. Brent Wilson and Brian Wilson of TOK Commercial facilitated the transaction.
Ruben Auto Repair, LLC leased 5,400 square feet of industrial space located at 2380 Gallatin Avenue in Idaho Falls. Dustin Mortimer of TOK Commercial facilitated the transaction.
TOK Commercial is pleased to announce that its commercial real estate brokerage team has successfully closed the sale transaction of the former Sears retail anchor space in the Grand Teton Mall.
Eastern Idaho, like the rest of the U.S., is experiencing an exceptionally high demand for well-located industrial space. Warehouse, logistics, and distribution sites are an essential component of the economy's expansion into online commerce, and businesses of all sizes are pivoting to remain competitive. The industrial property offered for lease at 3875 American Way in Idaho Falls, is a perfect fit for tenants searching for space to facilitate their distribution or manufacturing requirements.
While the past few months have created major setbacks and challenges for most cities' economies, Idaho Falls has proven to have a recipe for economic stability despite the pandemic.
Two former Kmart buildings (located in Idaho Falls and Ammon) were recently purchased by U-Haul, as the company continues its acquisition of vacant buildings across the U.S., converting the structures into climate-controlled self-storage centers. The Idaho Business Review wrote an interesting article about the Eastern Idaho transactions and U-Haul's plans for the future. Brent Wilson, Brian Wilson, and Bob Mitchell helped to facilitate the transactions.