About The 18/Eleven Building
The 18/Eleven Building located on Auburn Avenue is Monroe’s premier commercial leasing property. The 30,000 SF building has been modernized on the inside.
The building offers various tenant spaces, from executive suites to multiple office spaces that can be tailored to fit the tenant’s needs. The suites can come furnished, partially-furnished, or unfurnished depending on the requirements of tenants. The lease is full service including janitorial services and on site management. The suites have fob locks to be able to gain entry to your space with ease 24/7. The building also has a tenant lounge and three conference rooms available.
This property has a tremendous amount of local history running through its walls. The building was originally built in 1959 for Tony and Joe David Cascio and named the Paragon Supper Club. The Club was a lounge and dining room and had a large ballroom for dances, weddings, banquets and parties. Along with musicians they had for the events they also hosted comedians and dinner theatre. There was even a health club with steam rooms. The building changed to just the Paragon Club and then to Embers during the 60’s and 70’s.
The property was sold in 1973 and continued on as a restaurant and event center. It was bought by Troy & Nichols in 1977 for their real estate mortgage loan office, along with other tenants and while maintaining a restaurant on 19th Street, Monroe’s Restaurant. The property was then sold in 1985 to a construction and investment company. Through the years, the building has been renovated and kept as diverse tenant groups including: a technical college, banks, the school board, real estate companies, and various office businesses.
In 2003 Perry Development bought the property and has continued to update the building inside and out. With the help of NAI Faulk & Foster Real Estate they have kept great tenants over the years.
Make the 18/Eleven Building your business’s new home by contacting the Perry Development team today!