ANZ House is a modern office building situated on the northwestern edge of the Canberra Central Business District. It is located one block from Canberra's main thoroughfare, Northbourne Avenue. The adjacent buildings were all constructed during the mid 1980's ensuring the immediate area maintains the quality of the immediate surroundings.
Available now is this the whole floor on Level 1 consisting of 1,091 sqm office suite that has a server room as well as a kitchen area. The area can be subdivided, so if this suits your need then be quuick as its just ready and waiting for you today!
The split-level basement has secure reserved parking for 74 cars, there are 2 available for this suite at an additional cost, also in the basement are disabled facilities & showers for use of the tenants.
The building is a reinforced concrete frame construction with a combination of block-work walls and windows and double glazed windows.
In 2007 the building was upgraded to achieve a NABERS 4.5 rating. This involved upgrades of all services including light, mechanical and hydraulics. The foyer was also upgraded and works to lifts have commenced. The Canberra General Post Office is only 200 meters to the south. Public car parking is available directly opposite and public transport is only 100 meters away. A licensed club is open next door and major banks, restaurants & other facilities are located close by.
For further information or to arrange an inspection, please contact Chris Farmer on 0417 133 071
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