26 Ipswich Street is a recently constructed, mixed-use commercial precinct. There is a range of spaces across three buildings, all of which are well suited to office, retail, and light industrial use.
Now available for lease are multiple units within this brand new modern complex. Flexible sizing options available.
Features: * High clearance ceilings * Double-glazed windows & doors * 3 phase power * Mezzanine level * Ample on-site parking * Air-conditioned * Warm shell fit-out
A warm shell fit-out will typically include the following: Insulated perimeter walls, painted plasterboard walls, suspended grid ceilings with acoustic ceiling tiles, T5 and LED lighting, energy efficient HVAC (heating and cooling), bathroom and kitchen amenities, commercial grade carpet tiles.
Additional building features and advantages: New building, compliance with the BCA and the new mobility and disability code, base building complete - ready for fitout, opportunity to customize and integrate warm shell fitout, onsite free car parking, high profile street location, conveniently opposite self storage facility, high ground floor clearance - 4 meters floor to floor, natural light throughout all tenancies, excellent accessibility to public transport, bicycle and walking paths.
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