Danville Medical Space for Lease
9 Spaces for Rent in 3 Commercial Properties
Sizes: 1,640 Sqft to 3,081 Sqft
Starting at: $2.25/Sqft/Month
Free Medical Office Locating and Leasing Services
We assist tenants looking for medical office space by partnering with your practice to understand your needs and then scouring through every commercial real estate listing in Danville to find spaces that meet your requirements.
1. We prepare detailed reports on each space and tour properties with you to provide feedback and help you analyze your options.
2. Once you select spaces of interest, we’ll leverage your tenancy to make landlords compete your business and negotiate a favorable commercial lease that saves you money and provides incentives like tenant improvements to help you in the process.
3. Our medical leasing services are provided free of charge as we split the commission with the listing broker. Thus it is in our best interests to show you only the most relevant spaces and provide the best service possible.
The Town of Danville is located in the San Ramon Valley in Contra Costa County, California. It is one of the incorporated municipalities in California that uses “town” in its name instead of “city”. The population was 42,039 in 2010.
Have one of our Danville Medical experts find you an ideal location for your next medical practice.
Medical Space available in close proximity to Danville Hospitals:
Crow Canyon Medical Center
Crow Canyon Medical Center’s five acre site was originally part of a much larger facility built in the early 1960s by Aero Jet General Corporation under a USAF contract to develop a Nuclear Fusion Rocket Engine. The project was under the direction of Doctor Edward Teller, the father of the atomic bomb. Our building, which was one of many, was the rocket engine test stand. It stood almost 100 feet high and towered over the support buildings and Walnut orchards. It was built with steel columns and supported a 100 ton bridge crane at the top; the sides were windowless and made of corrugated sheet metal. In the late sixties with the Vietnam War continuing, the USAF cancelled the Aerojet contract and the building and land parcels were sold off, with the exception of the rocket test building, which nobody seemed to want.