Phillip Market Place is on the corner of Hindmarsh Drive and Botany St in Phillip, the building sits on one of Canberra's busiest intersections and has a huge amount of pedestrian and vehicle traffic travelling past it.
Unit 2, of 46-50 Botany Street, is a corner located property of approximately 198sqm in an excellent location within the Phillip market place strata complex where it takes full advantage of its frontage to both the large customer car parks and busy Botany Street.
The premise is currently configured as an open plan office space with grid ceilings, air-conditioning, on-site amenities, including bathrooms and kitchenette.
A significant location with excellent signage opportunities the property is well anchored by several major retailers such as KFC, Dan Murphy, Trek Bikes, Petbarn, Wok it Up, Subway and Ali Baba.
With new developments in Woden town center nearing completion, the area is sure to see business growth in the years to come.
The property would be suitable for the following uses; Restaurant, shop, light industry, bulky goods retailing, and business agency.
For further information or to arrange an inspection, please contact Brennan George – 0413 024 046
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