Fantastic Location, Outlook and Great Parking Allocations
UV: $4,480,000 (2016)
Three whole floors (Levels 3, 4 and 5) in one of Canberra's most recognisable buildings at the gateway into Canberra are now available for lease. Areas available in the building range from 250 sqm - 3,285 sqm.
The available floors have a functional layout, great natural light and fantastic outlooks. The building is serviced by four lifts, has ample on site car parking, bike and shower facilities & the convenience of popular Dickson cafes, restaurants, shops & services nearby, all of which provide a great working environment.
Areas Available: Level 3 - 1,095 sqm - Existing fit-out in place Level 4 - 1,095 sqm - Fully refurbished open plan floor Level 5 - 1,095 sqm existing fit out in place Ample on-grade car bays available @ $600 per bay per annum + GST
Dickson Group Centre also offers an abundance of public car parking, is a major public transport hub and has a well established service/trades business base. Dickson will also be a major terminal for the under construction light-rail project.
LJ Hooker Commercial have been advised that 470 Northbourne Avenue, Dickson is excluded from NABERS classification as less than 75% of the floor space of the building is office space - There is an additional large data centre, currently used by IInet, on site.
For further information or to arrange a private viewing contact Christopher Farmer from LJ Hooker Commercial on 0417 133 071
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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