Striking a Balance in Deakin: Equinox Business Park
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70 Kent Street, Deakin ACT 2600

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OfficeSize: n/a
Block size: 1.7 Hectares approx.UV: $18,600,000 (2023)
Equinox Business Park consists of four A-Grade office buildings in a sustainable, master-planned park offer flexible spaces from 800-2,600sqm. Modern amenities include a cafe, fitness centre, and landscaped gardens. Convenient location near Canberra City, Parliament House, and Woden. Excellent accessibility via public transport, bike paths, and ample parking.

Available tenancies:

EQ 1 - Level 3: 812sqm Full floor plus exclusive use of the balcony

EQ 3 - Level 2: 1161 sqm. Full floor tenancy
Level 3: 1069 sqm. Full floor tenancy

Key Features:

- NABERS & Greenstar rated
- 21,000sqm NLA across 4 buildings
- 568 secure basement + 99 surface car parks
- 200,000L rainwater recycling
- Central location with easy access
nbn® Fibre to the Building (FTTB) is available in this property
Max wholesale speed tier available: nbn® Home Fast

Inspections

No open inspections scheduled.

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Key details

Garage Spaces:
667
Property type:
Office
Block Size:
1.7 Hectares*
Unimproved Value:
$18,600,000 (2023)

Other Details

Block:
2
Section:
35
Rates (Residential):
$70,623*
Rates (Commercial):
$703,386*
Rates (Rural):
$11,511*
Land Tax (Residential):
$148,549*
Legal description:
CANB/DEAK/35/2
nbn® availability:
nbn® Fibre to the Building (FTTB)
*These are approximate values based on available information.
Ray White Commercial Canberra
  • Daniel McGrath

    Ray White Commercial Canberra

  • Andrew Green

    Ray White Commercial Canberra

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Block information
Block 2 Section 35 Deakin
Block size: 1.7Hectares (approx)
Unimproved value: $18,600,000 (2023)
Legal description: CANB/DEAK/35/2
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What's nearby

Hughes Primary SchoolPrimary School
1.3km
Alfred Deakin High SchoolHigh School
0.4km
The Canberra HospitalHospital
2.9km
Woden PlazaMajor Shopping Centre
3km
Australian National UniversityUniversity
4.9km
Royal College Of NursingCollege
0.3km
Deakin West Post OfficePost Office
0.5km
Canberra Institute Of TechnologyTafe
3.1km

Property history

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Property History
17 Nov 1999
Sold
$2,800,000
Contract: 27/07/1999
Transfer: 17/11/1999
Block size: 17048m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Commercial accommodation establishment

Deakin suburb information

A little bit about who lives locally, as provided by government census data
SummaryMedian salesUnimproved value
Average Age
47 years
Population
3,124
Unimproved value for Deakin
$18,600,000
Listing ID: 182311186. This listing has been viewed 4 times. It was first displayed on 19/02/2024 and last updated on 17/04/2024.
Allhomes acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Allhomes is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of Canberra and the region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we work.
"With open hearts and minds, together we grow." artwork by David Williams of Gilimbaa.