PROMINENT A-GRADE OFFICE BUILDING - EXTENSIVE REFURBISHMENT LATE 2020
11 Moore Street, City ACT 2601
UV: $4,300,000 (2019)
Welcome to 11 Moore Street, a grand office building located right in the heart of the City West precinct boasting over 8,000sqm* of contiguous office accommodation.
The building is central, flexible, convenient and offers all the modern day amenity. Currently undergoing a full lobby/café business lounge refurbishment and brand new End of Trip facility, 11 Moore Street will be positioned as one of Canberras best A Grade office buildings.
Available for lease are levels 2 and 3; each offering approximately 1,150sqm of space. Level 3 will be fully fitted out with a combination of offices, breakout and meeting spaces and level 2 will be fully refurbished, offering smaller suites.
Along with the buildings outstanding sustainability credentials, 11 Moore Street also offers;
PCA A Grade Building Typical floor plate of 1,150sqm* 5 Star NABERS Central core with large efficient floor plates New EOT 2020 Multi-functional lobby/café spaces Rooftop solar Extensive glass façade allowing maximum light saturation Secure basement car parking
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Unimproved Value:$4,300,000 (2019)
Land Tax (Residential):$47,616*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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