Suite 1C on level 3 of this impressive office block is available and awaiting a new tenant today! The building itself is located within the burgeoning City West precinct so staff and clients alike will be able to enjoy the many amenities on offer.
Make the move to this vibrant location and give your business endless networking opportunities with an emphasis on professionalism and first-class service.
This location within the City West precinct offers ease of access to the Law Courts, Australian National University, CBD retail facilities, Parliamentary Triangle, Lake Burley Griffin and the Airport.
Comprising a functional 86 m2 area, currently about to get new paint and carpets throughout, it really is a blank canvass for you to add your personal styling to.
The building's clever design and renowned architectural feature windows ensure fantastic natural light and impressive city views on offer.
The tenancy offers newly refurbished male & female toilets on the floor.
The unit itself is functional and well designed, so if you are looking to take your business or company to the next level, then your inspection is a must.
The newly refurbished entrance foyer portrays a professional image to both tenants and visitors alike and is serviced by two large passenger lifts that access the upper floors.
For further information or to arrange an inspection, please contact Chris Farmer on 0417 133 071.
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