16 Petrie Plaza is a boutique, mixed-use office and retail building that provides 1,132m² of “B” Grade net lettable area. The building offers a large, open and expansive tenancy on the ground floor with a mezzanine level above.
This prime retail frontage is in the heart of Canberra City, adjacent to Bailey’s Corner and less than 100 metres from the Canberra Centre. A wide choice of shops, cafes and restaurants, major banks and other amenities are only a stone’s throw away. Substantial parking located nearby enables easy access for tenants and customers alike.
Petrie Plaza was originally constructed in 1958 as a purpose-built bank. NDH acquired the building in 1992 and undertook significant refurbishment to convert it into a retail/office space catering to changing consumer needs.
Level 1 of 16 Petrie Plaza is available and ready to occupy now. Centrally located in the heart of the city, this 543 sqm office space comes with its own mezzanine level.
Short term leases are available, So don't delay call Christopher Farmer from LJ Hooker Commercial Canberra today!
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