The Central Union

Telephone Building Retail Space

33 N. Third 

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Leasing Special

50% Off Your First Two Months

( Min of 60-month lease at Zone Rate. Exp: 7/31/20)




50% Off Your First Month

( Min of 25-month lease at Zone Rate. Exp: 7/31/20)

A number of wonderful prospects have contacted our office indicating that given the current state of affairs they were uncertain about the commencement date they feel comfortable committing to.


Now you can delay your lease commencement by thirty (30) days at any time before your lease commences if you are the least bit uncomfortable with the commencement date in your lease.

In addition, to illustrate our commitment to our mission of “Office Leasing MADE SIMPLE” we are happy to include a second opportunity to delay the commencement for an additional thirty days. 

Central Union Telephone Building

Retail Space

Located on the ground floor at 33 N. Third St., between Broad and Gay Street, the Central Telephone Building offers affordable retail space.

The building offers a fully equipped deli/restaurant space in Lynn Alley.

Ground Floor Features:

  • 3,300 square foot

  • Fully equipped restaurant/deli space

  • Corner location

  • Huge glass windows on two elevations

Retail Space Available in

The Historic Central Union Telephone Building

Restaurant space in the Central Union Telephone Building is fully furnished and offers a prime downtown Columbus location.


  • 2300SF

  • Fully furished 

  • Includes hood

  • Seating space for 75

  • In the new Pearl Alley development

  • Steps from Rhodes Tower

Fully Furnished Restaurant

The Central Union Telephone Building has space available dedicated to being a large downtown banking center.


  • 3,100SF

  • Large 20' ceilings

  • 20' windows

  • Private offices

  • Private restrooms

  • ATM on street

  • Private entrance

  • Steps from Statehouse and Rhodes Tower

Banking Center


Building History

The Historic Central Union Telephone Building was built in 1906. One of the earliest high-rises in Columbus, it served as the headquarters for the Central Union Telephone Company, one of the earliest telephone companies in the United States. The building had over 600 miles of wiring and serviced 5,100 subscribers.

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