Prominent building with flexible short term options
220 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon ACT 2612
UV: $21,000,000 (2019)
The original building was constructed in the late 1960's and comprised a 9 storey office tower with a two storey annex attached. In the mid 1980's an additional 2 storey's were added to the annex. The main building comprises of 9 levels of office space with a roof level plant room above. The ground floor includes an entry foyer and building core centrally located at the southern side of the building. There are three lifts which service the upper levels of the tower. The annex building contains four levels of office space with a core located at the southern end of the annex adjacent to the main building. A lift has been installed to the annex during refurbishment.
The building is located in a prominent position on the corner of Northbourne and Wakefield Avenues Braddon and is approximately 2kms to the CBD.
There is currently 635-1,918 sqm available with a modern fitout including workstations.
Short term leases of 6-18 months will be offered.
4-star NABERS Energy rating
No open times scheduled
Contact agent to arrange a private inspection.
Unimproved Value:$21,000,000 (2019)
JLL - Canberra
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