Many criteria factor into choosing the ideal location for your business, and the 12 East Exchange office building will meet and exceed your requirements. The property's advantageous location and excellent accessibility are beneficial to businesses which seek to move goods, services and people around Akron, Ohio, and world.

The 12 East Exchange office building, with 8 floors containing 2400 square feet each, will meet the wide range of space needs of businesses large and small. Flexible floor plans allow small businesses the opportunity to utilize an entire floor or floors.

This unique property is unparalleled in the market place from a design and tenant appeal standpoint, and has many desirable tenant features, such as:
  • Fully renovated, including building exterior, lobby, elevator and tenant space
  • Flexible floor plans
  • On-site free customer/client gated parking available
  • After hours access with electronic fob security system
  • Lobby/entrance security cameras accessible by tenant
  • Each floor has an independent elevator lock-off system
  • Each floor has an independent heating/air conditioning system
  • Located in the newly energized Main Street / Exchange Street area of Akron with many restaurants nearby, including a restaurant on the first floor

Office Space For Lease

  • Sixth floor, 2,400SF, 12 East Exchange
  • 6 private offices, lobby, receptionist area, conference room, kitchenette. Floor can be locked off from elevator.
  • 2400 SF office space for lease Akron


  • Dense downtown population conducive to heavy commercial foot traffic.
  • Immediate access to main downtown thoroughfares, interstates and parking.
  • Variety of space plans.

Community Features

  • Akron is home to more than 21,000 businesses
  • One-half of Ohio's Fortune 500 companies are in the Cleveland-Akron area; more than 150 Fortune 500 companies have facilities in Greater Akron.
  • Greater Akron lies within a 500-mile radius of 42 major U.S. cities that encompass 55 percent of U.S. manufacturing plants, 57 percent of the U.S. population and 60 percent of its buying power.
  • Akron is a two-time winner of the All-American City Award