Phillip Central is an exciting new development, that has just been completed and now only awaits your personal tailored touches.
Located on the corner of Athllon Drive and Parramatta Road, and with Waves Carwash, Oporto, and 7Eleven all located in the development this is sure to be the next up-and-coming retail spot.
This New York loft style development represents a compelling leasing opportunity, to relocate your business to a central location. The modern industrial facade was inspired by the area's reputation as a light industrial hub.
Each unit features a full glass shopfront, allowing optimum natural light and enhancing the feeling of space.
Due to the key anchored tenants, frequent repeat patronage to these establishments is expected, increasing anticipated vehicle and foot traffic to the area and exposure to your business.
Key features of the property include: * Brand new premises * High profile street exposure * Superior quality * Flexible suites available from 146sqm - 599sqm * Potential combined area of up to 2,000sqm * 39 on-site parking spaces at your door for visitors and clients * Suitable for office/retail/medical users * Anchored by prominent tenants - Waves Carwash, 7 Eleven and Oporto. * The versatile design includes a mezzanine level and balcony to each suite
For further information or to arrange an inspection please contact Chris Farmer on 0417 133 071
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