US Post Office

US Post Office in Gainesville, FL
401 Se 1st Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32601
(352) 377-4038

Contacts

Street address:
401 Se 1st Avenue

City / suburb:
Gainesville

County:
Alachua

State:
Florida

ZIP code:
32601

Phone:
(352) 377-4038 (Phone)

GPS Longitude:
-82.3213806152344

GPS Latitude:
29.6509895324707

General information

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Business data
Estimated number of employees: 20 to 49
Annual sales estimate: 0
City / suburb: Gainesville, FL
County: Alachua
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More details about US Post Office

According to our records, this business is located at 401 Se 1st Avenue in Gainesville (in Alachua County), Florida 32601, the location GPS coordinates are: 29.6509895324707 (latitude), -82.3213806152344 (longitude). US Post Office is categorized under Postal Service. Current estimates show that the unit has a sales volume of $Unknown and staff of approximately 20 to 49 people. You can contact the company by phone at (352) 377-4038.
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