Lanyon Marketplace - Faithfully Serving Canberra's South
4 Sidney Nolan Drive, Conder ACT 2906
$600 psqm per annum
Retail size: 150 m² approx.
Lanyon Marketplace Shopping Centre was opened in 1997 and has faithfully served the southern Canberra suburbs of Conder, Gordon, Banks, Bonython, Theodore and Calwell ever since. Located on Sidney Nolan Drive, Lanyon Marketplace SC is designed for convenience with easy access by bus and offering over 300 free on-grade car spaces.
Anchored by one of the strongest-trading Woolworths in the ACT, and complemented by 22 specialty retailers, the Centre offers a convenient, family-friendly neighbourhood retail offering that dominates this part of Tuggeranong. Alongside the supermarket are much beloved retailers including BWS Liquor, Subway, Coffee Guru, Australian Pharmacy Group, Lanyon Hair and Beauty and Sushi Saga, amongst others.
Available immediately for Lease:
Shop 9: 120 sqm, street facing with fantastic visibility Shop 24: 40 sqm, semi-detached to main shopping centre
In unison with the McDonald's, Aldi supermarket and Caltex service station adjoining the Centre, this retail precinct provides one of the most convenient retail offerings in Canberra. "It's all here at Lanyon".
Please contact exclusive leasing agent Nathan Dunn from Belle Property Retail Canberra on 0488 216 406 for additional information, or to arrange an inspection.
When to inspect
No open times scheduled
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Retail Size:150 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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