Dickson is Canberra’s busiest group centre, located five minutes drive from the CBD, and ten minutes to either Belconnen Town Centre or the Canberra Airport. Woolley Street is Dickson's retail strip which is also known as Canberra's "Chinatown" is well known for its many café’s and restaurants and has many facilities such as a Woolworths supermarket, post office, banks, and newsagency.
Dickson is Canberra’s busiest group centre, located five minutes drive from the CBD, and ten minutes to either Belconnen Town Centre or the Canberra Airport. Woolley Street is Dickson's retail strip which is also known as Canberra's "Chinatown" is well known for its many café’s and restaurants and has many facilities such as a Woolworths Supermarket, McDonalds, post office, banks, and newsagency.
Located in this highly sought after area of Dickson and fronting Woolley Street, three spaces are available now:
Ground Unit 2: 105sqm currently fitted out as a specialty food market. This tenancy boasts a full glass shop front, amenities, rear loading and grease trap. - Rent: $75,000 + GST
Ground Unit 3: Fully fitted out 121m2 bar/restaurant to be taken over and re established. This tenancy has polished concrete floors throughout, the kitchen area has a cool room, and range hood, with access to gas and a grease trap. The tenancy has access to male, female and a disabled bathroom. - Rent: $90,000 + GST
Level 1: Available for lease is an opportunity for a hotel / hostel operator. Previously operated by Budget Traveler Hostel. This tenancy can also be converted to accommodate an office user. - Area: 527 sqm - Rooms: 19 - Capacity: 76 (licensed for 86) - Rent: $130,000 + GST including outgoings or $250 per sqm per annum
For more information or an inspection contact Brennan George on 0413 024 046
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