Newly Refurbished Building in the Heart of Belconnen
32 Cohen Street,BelconnenACT2617
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UV: $1,159,000 (2019)
32 Cohen St is well located, situated right in the middle of Belconnen Town Centre. The building is has undergone a huge refurbishment, re-positioning it as a rare, high-quality destination for Office, Medical and Retail operators, perfectly placed on the door step of Westfield Belconnen.
The refurbishments are now complete and the building is 80% leased, to a high quality mix of tenants, including a childcare operator, physio, hairdresser and real estate agency.
The primary attributes of the building are:
* Top floor leased to a Childcare Operator * Significant building refurbishment now complete * Excellent location and frontage to busy Cohen St * High level of exposure and signage options available. * Both front are rear parking on site parking for upto 50 cars. * Large range of allowable uses, including Office, Medical, Vet, Retail, Wholesale, Personal Services, Manufacturing, Vehicles Sales and Servicing.
Close to Westfield Shopping Centre, Belconnen Markets, Bunnings Warehouse, Belconnen Service Trades, University of Canberra, Lake Ginninderra and Government Offices the building represents an excellent opportunity for medical / offices or retail tenants to lease in the tight Belconnen market.
Only one ground floor unit of 688m2 left. Be quick, before it goes. The space has high, 5m ceilings, rear loading dock and direct access from Cohen St.
For more information, or to arrange an inspection contact Andrew Smith on 0409 600 471
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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