Brand new office space available in one of Canberra's most talked about and happening locations, so if you're looking for a property that will enhance your business individuality and flair, then your search ends here.
Located within the new mixed-use development, Palko and Nibu. The tenancy is independently air conditioned and overlooks Lonsdale street and has access to state-of-the-art common amenities.
Unit 24 comprises a functional 264 m2 floor plate and is located on the first floor in the middle of the building. It offers ground floor entry with stairs leading up to the tenancy in addition to the lift services on offer from the arcade.
The tenancy can be leased with a warehouse type finish or can be completed to present as more traditional office environment, depending on your requirements. Secure basement Car parking is available at an additional cost.
In addition, being on the fringe of the CBD & within minutes walk of Canberra Centre, the bus interchange and the light rail corridor (coming mid 2019) your staff can benefit from the wide range of retail amenity including gyms, eateries and retail in one of the most sought after and trendy locations that Canberra has to offer.
For further information or to arrange a private viewing contact Christopher Farmer from LJ Hooker Commercial on 0417 133 071
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