Four Seasons House is a three-story commercial building located prominently in the heart of Tuggeranong and adjacent South Point Shopping Centre, situated on busy Anketell Street and is ideal location for your business. Four Seasons House is undergoing significant refurbishment works with new tenancy layouts now available for lease. The Common amenities within the building have been upgraded, including the foyer areas and passenger lift.
Available for lease is your choice of the following ground floor tenancies which are available individually or combined for a larger space.
Unit 15 - 82sqm facing Anketell St prices from $500 per sqm Unit 16 - 75sqm facing Anketell St prices from $500 per sqm
Unit 23 - 80sqm - prices from 300 per sqm Unit 24 - 81sqm - prices from 300 per sqm Unit 25 - 82sqm - prices from 300 per sqm
This is a fantastic opportunity to lease a ground floor retail tenancy that accommodates high ceilings and in-tenancy amenities. The owner is motivated to work with you to assist in achieving your desired retail fit-out.
With the ACT Government's significant investment in the 'Laneways Project' will see better connectivity from South.Point, past Four Seasons House and onto Lake Tuggeranong. Four Seasons House is located less than 100m from a brand new Medical Centre and less than 50m from Tuggeranong's new Childcare Centre that will cater for 120 children.
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