Flemington Road is the main thoroughfare connecting Canberra City Centre with the ever expanding district of Gungahlin (the fastest growing regional area of Canberra) and runs directly adjacent to Mitchell, Canberra's only northern industrial suburb.
157 Flemington Road is a brand new 3 storey commercial building with prominent frontage to Flemington Road and Darling Street. The site is particularly well located between Canberra CBD and the expanding region of Gungahlin and benefits from the light rail which runs directly past the front door.
The building is located within the IZ2 Industrial Mixed Use Zone allowing for a wide variety of potential users and has been built to a high standard. The property benefits from customer car parking off Flemington Road and a large surface car park off Darling Street.
In brief, the areas on offer are as follows: • Unit 1 - Lower ground floor fronting Darling Street 990sqm NLA which can be subdivided to create smaller tenancies (AVAILABLE @ $200/sqm +GST) • Unit 2 - Ground floor fronting Flemington Road (RHS) 598sqm NLA (LEASED) • Unit 3 - Ground floor fronting Flemington Road 616sqm NLA (AVAILABLE @ $280/sqm +GST) • Unit 4 - Upper Floor 471sqm NLA (LEASED)
Key Features: • Good exposure to passing traffic on Flemington Road • Dual street frontage with onsite parking available • Brand new building (available for immediate occupation) • Landlord can incorporate a fit out to a tenants’ specification • Mitchell is the primary industrial area servicing the developing district of Gungahlin
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