For Rent: Studio/Gallery/Retail Space at 335 W. McDowell

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​Run out of space to work on your latest project or looking for a spot to to organize your local business? Take note: 335 W McDowell is looking for a renter.

Two of the three suites in the building owned by Ashley Harder of Harder Development are available immediately. Harder says she has one of the three suites in the building leased.

See also: Harder Development to Open a Pop-Up Gallery and Diner on McDowell Road See also: More on Ashley Harder in our 100 Creatives series

The 1,000 sq ft spaces have C-2 zoning, Certificates of Occupancy for Retail or Office, and would be ideal for a gallery, artist studio, creative office, or retail, according to Harder. The spaces have concrete flooring, exposed block walls, and 12ft ceilings.

And she's leasing them each for $1200 per month.

Harder, who's a local arts advocate and local developer, transformed the building last year -- and organized a pretty sweet mural for the back wall a few weeks ago.

See also: The Great Paint Escape: Harder Development and Local Artists Team up to Benefit Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona

For more information or to schedule a showing, call Harder at (602)617-6568.

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