Quayside is located within the heart of Kingston Foreshore, in Canberra's stylish inner south. This waterfront precinct includes a mix of arts and cultural facilities such as the Old Bus Depot Markets, The Canberra Glassworks and the heritage Kingston Powerhouse building, as well as an exciting mix of cafés, restaurants, bars and specialty shops.
Quayside is just a short walk from Kingston and minutes from Manuka, putting two of Canberra's most fashionable eating and shopping hubs within easy reach.
Locate yourself amongst one of Canberra's most popular precincts, the Kingston Foreshore. Quayside is a mixed use development with ground floor commercial tenancies, made up of businesses such as accountants, dentists, mortgage brokers and office users, along with a personal training studio.
All offices face onto Kingston Foreshores main avenue, Eastlake Parade.
Available for lease is a spectacular ground floor tenancy of 120 sqm with sensational fit out which comes with 3 onsite car spaces. Short term lease terms, including month to month will be considered. The unit can also be subdivided into smaller shared offices.
The tenancy has its own bathroom, separate A/C unit, grid tiled ceiling .
For more information or an inspection contact Dania Khalil 0406 375 946
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