Brand New, Mixed-use Development off Barton Highway
38-50 O'Hanlon Place,NichollsACT2913
$375 - $500 per annum
UV: $4,000,000 (2019)
This brand new mixed development is located just of the Barton Highway within Nicholls tourism precinct Gold Creek and is directly opposite Caltex Service Station and McDonalds. Gold Creek is a tourist destination as it's home to Canberra's only Dinosaur Museum as well as Cockington Green (retail tourism businesses), hotels / resorts and Federation Square. Nicholls attracts passing traffic from the surrounding suburbs in Gungahlin as well as those travelling interstate along the Federal Highway.
‘The Hub’ at Gold creek, is a brand new mixed use development perfectly positioned off Barton highway where it readily takes full advantage of the passing trade this position offers. In addition to this high profile location, the development is also anchored by several major retailers such as; McDonald’s, KFC, YMCA and more.
Available for sale or lease, all of the commercial units offer easy car parking, large glass shop fronts with excellent exposure, a modern sleek design, and a wide range of allowable uses such as; Retail shop, indoor recreation, indoor entertainment facility, restaurant, personal services, business agency, etc.
Unit sizes range from 94sqm – 385sqm and inspections are encouraged.
For further information or to arrange an inspection, please contact the agent.
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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