The much sought after suburb of Griffith in Canberra’s inner South is located close to the Manuka, Barton, Kingston, The Kingston Foreshores and is five minutes drive to the CBD, Woden, Canberra Airport and Parliamentary triangle. Griffith is known for its many cafes and restaurants.
12 Barker Street, centrally located in Griffith shops is a mixed use building with office users, retail operators and a cafe on the ground floor.
The building features an open internal atrium area allowing for ample natural light.
Now available for lease are two retail or office opportunities.
Unit 1A is a fully fitted hairdresser unit located on the ground floor adjacent to the cafe. The property has a complete fit-out with three hair-washing stations/chairs, wall mounted large mirrors, built in cabinetry/storage solutions and air-conditioning. Common area amenities are available on the ground floor.
Unit 8A is an air-conditioned retail shop with a glass shop front facing out to the buildings internal atrium. The property is fitted with a reception, display area, and a back room. Common area amenities are available.
For more information, or to arrange an inspection contact Brennan George on 0413 024 046
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