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377 High Street, Preston VIC 3072

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Outstanding Retail / Commercial Opportunity in the heart of business precinct.  
Close to transport, Preston Market. Excellent access to major arterials & CBD.

- Great Exposure - Rear Access
- Excellent foot traffic - Long Lease Available
- Suit a variety of uses (STCA) - Zoning Priority Development
- Surrounded by banks, cafes/restaurants, service retailers & government offices.


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Property Type:Retail
Love Commercial

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Branko AgatanovicLove Commercial
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