Super Tenancy... Scollay Street, Greenway ACT 2900
$258,050 per annum
Office size: 794 m² approx.
Tuggeranong Town Centre is the retail and employment hub of the southern end of Canberra. The property is located right in the heart of this district, directly opposite South.Point Shopping Centre and is within walking distance to all of the Town Centre.
An impressive reception and lobby area, huge kitchen and break-out area, and high ceilings throughout. This super tenancy of 146 Scollay Street in Greenway is guaranteed to exceed all expectations.
Now available for lease the property comprises 794sqm of high quality office space with glass partitioned offices, meeting/board rooms, server rooms and on-site end of trip facilities.
* Signage opportunity, Exposure to Scollay street and Reed street * Seven (7) spacious glass partitioned offices * Three (3) adjoining boardroom/meeting rooms. Can be opened up into one large space * Break-out and kitchen area, big enough for the whole team! * 45 existing workstations included in existing fit-out, can be removed if unwanted * 24 allocated private car parks * 3 store-rooms, 1 server room, and an additional kitchenette * Well lit, high ceilings and large glass windows on three sides. * Use purpose; Office, childcare, community use, indoor rec, motel, place of worship, religious associated use, retail, veterinary, business agency, financial establishment, health facility, public agency and restaurant.
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