The Hub at Gold Creek - Gungahlin's Newest Mixed Use Development!
34 O'Hanlon Place, Nicholls ACT 2913
$500,000+ Ex GST / $50,000G/pa Ex GST
Secure the opportunity to become part of Gungahlin's newest mixed use development which is anchored by a 390 bed student excursion accommodation/hotel facility operated by YMCA. Opportunities exist for restaurants, fast food operators, recreation uses, shop to a maximum of 250sqm, tourist facilities and art & craft workshops.
This development offers the opportunity to purchase premises ranging from 94sqm to 385sqm, with prices starting as low as $500,000 plus GST. This striking new retail development will be highly accessible via its ample on site car parking and the individual shops will include glass shop fronts, air conditioning, provisions for food users, disabled amenities and great signage opportunities.
Located just off the Barton Highway in the suburb of Nicholls and directly opposite the Caltex Service Station & McDonalds this site is also located in a tourism/retail precinct known as "Gold Creek", which houses numerous retail & tourism related business such as Cockington Green, The National Dinosaur Museum, George Harcourt Inn, Federation Square, Gold Creek Tourist Resort (65 rooms) and the Old Ginninderra School House. In addition to obtaining trade from the passing traffic on the Federal Highway and customers visiting the Gold Creek Precinct, we would expect the primary catchment for the site would include Nicholls, Casey, Crace, Hall & Murrumbateman, with secondary catchment to be derived from the surrounding rural/residential development, northern suburbs of Belconnen (Giralang, Evatt, Spence and Palmerston) and Ngunnawal in Gungahlin.
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