Located on level 1, 26 Cowlishaw Street in the heart of the Tuggeranong Town Centre, uniquely, our client is ready and willing to take a tenant's entire fit-out requirement off the hands of any prospective tenant. Alternatively, this tenancy was once home to a successful restaurant business for decades and the fit out can remain in place, representing huge savings.
26 Cowlishaw Street is a two-storey, brick construction building surrounded by amenity. Lake Tuggeranong views turn into Lake Tuggeranong walks very quickly, with the beautiful setting only 50 metres from the front door. The Anketell Street dining precinct is temptingly close also, housing some of the Valley's finest food and beverage offerings including Rashay's, Mookie Burgers, Cafe Miligram, Brew Bar Cafe and Little Istanbul. Or fancy a shop before you head home, South.Point Shopping Centre's almost 200 stores are just around the corner.
On offer is an approximately 330 sqm level 1 space with a separate entry and foyer, which can also be subdivided into two smaller office tenancies or can remain as a hospitality establishment. What is unique about this offering, provided a solid lease term, the Landlord is willing to fund and project manage the entire fit-out for any incoming end user if required. Imagine relocating your office to a brand new, modern workplace, which abounds in convenience and lifestyle? It could be the energy need to reinvigorate your business, and won't impact your hip pocket whatsoever.
Subdivision/proposed fit-out plans are available on request. Please contact the exclusive leasing agent, Nathan Dunn from Belle Property Retail Canberra on 0488 216 406, for additional information or to arrange an inspection.
Net Lettable Area from 56 m<sup>2</sup> to 330 m<sup>2</sup>
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