15 National Circuit Barton has recently undergone a significant refurbishment and upgrade to services providing some of Barton's most attractive modern office accommodation.
This striking 3 level office building was completed in 1998 and features a striking curved corner facade with tinted glass external windows and a spacious ground floor foyer. The service core includes two lifts, male, female and disabled amenities, tea room and auxiliary rooms. An internal stairway allows for alternative access between floors. The basement car park is secured via a security roller grill door and provides parking for approximately 72 vehicles plus bike racks. Storeroom facilities at basement level include caged areas.
The office accommodation offers an effective and efficient working environment flooded with natural light and has a pleasant outlook onto well landscaped areas and courtyard. The property has recently undergone some major upgrades including:
- Striking new entrance foyer and upgraded public areas; - Upgrade to the internal stairwell for interfloor travel; - Redesign the directory board and signage; - Renewed floor finish and lighting to the Ground Floor Lobby; and - On floor end of trip facilities.
The owners of 15 National Circuit have undertaken upgrades on plant equipment and are targeting a 4.5.5 NABERS rating once the building is fully occupied. 15 National Circuit currently has a 2.5-star NABERS rating.
Flexible opportunities are currently available:
- Level 1: Suite 1 - 935 sqm open plan and refurbished office accommodation - Level 1 Suite 2 - 1075 sqm with a modern existing fit out - Level 2: 618 sqm open plan and refurbished office accommodation
Offering excellent street presence, facilities and location, 15 National Circuit is an astute business address and an outstanding leasing opportunity
For further information or to arrange an inspection please contact Chris Farmer from LJ Hooker on 0417 133 071
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