1 Hobart Place is a well located office building in the middle of the City West area. The building houses a range of office based tenants, with an excellent outlook over the CBD. Each floor of the building has common kitchen and toilet facilities. The building is well maintained by it's owners and suits small to medium sized office based tenants.
The AMP Building is centrally located in the financial and legal precinct of the CBD, with vehicular access to the building via Darwin Place off University Avenue. Close to all business services, the building is also within comfortable walking distance to the City bus interchange, the retail and entertainment sector of the CBD, and the Australian National University.
The AMP building is an 11 storey office building located in the centre of Darwin Place. The building has undergone a full refurbishment including services and finishes, and presents as a quality B grade office tower. Both its position and height make it a landmark building popular with the legal and broader business sector. This building has no basement parking, but ample public parking is available nearby.
Current availabilities include:
Ground Floor: 79sqm
Level 1: 130sqm, full fit out, available now
Level 2: 111sqm, available now
Level 4: 67.2sqm full fit out, available now
Level 6: 140sqm, fitted out, available now
Level 8: 176sqm, full fit out, available now
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