INVEST, OCCUPY, DEVELOP A PREMIER LYGON STREET CORNER
186-190 Lygon Street,CarltonVIC3053
Block size: 416 m² approx.
Colliers International and MMJ Real Estate are pleased to present the opportunity to purchase the ultimately flexible corner freehold at 186-190 Lygon Street, Carlton with the following key attributes:
THE PROPERTY A dominant, two-storey corner freehold in the heart of Carltons most prominent retail strip with dual frontage Substantial offering spans a site area of 416m²* and a two (2) storey building of 659m²* Excellent exposure and versatility with over 40m* of pedestrian frontage Highly flexible tenancy and repositioning opportunities
THE LOCATION Located within walking distance to Australias best education facilities; University of Melbourne and RMIT University Surrounded by national brands including Bank of Melbourne, BWS, NAB, Commonwealth Bank and Telstra Surrounded by the world-class Lygon Street lifestyle precinct with Melbourne University, Princes Park, Carlton Gardens along with Carltons finest restaurants, cafés and luxury retail all within walking distance
An opportunity to make your mark on one of Australias most iconic strips and most flexible corner freeholds. *approx. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC ON-SITE AUCTION WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 11TH AT 12PM AEDT To arrange an inspection or for more information please contact either Colliers International Melbourne City Sales team or MMJ Real Estate as the conjunctional selling agents.
Daniel Wolman +61 412 957 839 Oliver Hay +61 419 528 540 Dave Walker +61 439 889 048 Joel Wald + 61 412 352 252
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