Office Space for Lease
Available Office Space
The Historic Carson Block Building
241 F Street
Old Town, Eureka, California
— 2-room Office Suite —
• All new wiring for power & networks
• ADA accessible
— Beautiful, Large Open Office Space —
Unique 6,369 sq. ft. office space in Old Town Eureka. The space is built out to include six enclosed private offices, seven open office cubicles and three large work areas capable of accommodating twelve or more work stations. There is also a lobby area, large conference room, staff kitchen, lounge, copy and printer area, large file cabinet/server area and a large storage room. Occupancy is rated at 40 individuals.
The entire building is wired for high speed internet and phone. Every office, cubical, conference room and other work space has multiple phone, ethernet, and power outlets available. Tenants can contract for internet and phones with the provider of their choice. The building has a high speed distribution cable from Suddenlink directly to our building. We also have AT&T fiber (and of course old school copper wire connections) available in the building for tenants that desire AT&T services.
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The Carson Block Building offers:
- ADA accessible throughout
- Parking across the street
- Modernized technological services
- New wiring
- Modernized elevator
- Utilities included
- Central location near City and County offices
- Surrounded by a vibrant business district full of shops, banks and restaurants in the heart of Old Town
- Complete seismic retrofit on entire building
For more information, contact
The Northern California Indian Development Council
241 F Street, Eureka, CA 95501
Directly across the 3rd Street is a City-owned parking lot, and there is another City-owned lot at 3rd and G Streets. There is also 2-hour street parking throughout Old Town, as well as several City-owned free parking lots within walking distance.
The historically significant Carson Block Building was built in 1892 by William Carson (of Carson Mansion fame). The famous architect, Samuel Newsome was hired to build the Carson Block. It contained the Ingomar Theater, one of the most ornate theaters of its time on the West Coast. It was also one of the first buldings to offer professional office space.
Over the years the building was sold several times, during which the corner turret was removed, the theater was demolished, and the exterior was coated in stucco. In 1986, The Northern California Indian Development Council (NCIDC) bought the building.
Restoration and renovation of the Carson Block Building started in 2013 and was completed in early 2016. The exterior of the building has been restored to its original grandeur, the turret has been rebuilt, earthquake retrofitting has been done, and the offices have been renovated.
The three story building contains 46,200 square feet of usable commercial space and is in the center of the City of Eureka’s Old Town and Redevelopment District.