Last Suite remaining in this High Quality Medical/Office
2 Garran Place,GarranACT2605
Retail size: 208 m² approx.UV: $1,400,000 (2019)
Constructed in 2015, this building provides the highest quality medical/office accommodation in the convenient and picturesque setting of the Garran Shops.
The last available tenancies of 208 sqm is located on the first floor of the building which is finished to a high standard with quality finishes & facilities throughout, basement car parking, medical compliant lift and all tenancies feature great natural light. Other tenants in the building currently include Ochre Health, Garran Medical Imaging, Capital Chemist, a dentist and a physiotherapist. Opportunities exist for other complimentary health related uses, business agencies & general office users.
The property enjoys an elevated position on the corner of Garran Place and Robson Street adjacent to the Garran Shops, offering immediate access to some great shops and cafes and convenient on grade parking for visitors. The Canberra Hospital and National Capital Hospital are located in Garran, so this location is very popular with health professionals, but is equally appealing to general office users. Garran is conveniently located in the Woden Valley, approximately 10 minutes drive to the CBD, Parliamentary Triangle & Canberra International Airport.
For further information or to arrange a private viewing contact Christopher Farmer from LJHooker Commercial on 0417 133 071
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