Block size: 3555 m² approx.Retail size: 430 m² approx.
A large commercial space comprising approximately 430m2. This unit is part of a complex located on the highly trafficked corner of Hoskins St and Lysaght St. The area is one of the busiest parts of Mitchell. This is a golden opportunity for a wide variety of businesses seeking a dominant street presence. The commercial space provides - -Large Showroom/Retail/Warehouse/Industrial/Office space -Excellent signage opportunity with double height exposure -Glass shop front -Flexible fit out opportunities ready to accommodate a range of businesses -Double height approximately 8 metres high ceilings providing a dramatic and impressive showroom -Dual front and rear access -Large high clearance rear roller entry door -Female and male toilets and shower facilities -A mezzanine level -Office space -Tiled multi-purpose room -Storage rooms -Allocated car space, common area parking and street parking available -The property is located on a major arterial street of Mitchell -The complex has triple street frontage of Hoskins, Lysaght and Grimwade Street. -Mitchell is a popular industrial ACT suburb -This unit is available with 1 months' notice Please contact Diane on 0414 788 380 for more information about this opportunity or to arrange an inspection.
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Block Size:3555 m² (approx)
Retail Size:430 m² (approx)
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