The development is superbly located on Cape Street Dickson, which is the largest Group Centre in the inner north. It is at the gateway to the Canberra’s chinatown and the popular restaurant, bar and retail strip of Woolley Street. Other attractions within walking distance of the site are the Dickson Tradies, Woolworths Supermarket and Daramalan College.
Sitting proudly in one of Canberra’s prominent restaurant and café districts, backing parkland and playing ovals, Malabar Apartments in Dickson consists of 224 apartments and approximately 1,176sqm of ground floor retail/commercial accommodation within a 6 level u-shaped building allowing for views from all apartments.
Premises is completed with the individual air conditioning, ceiling, lighting, fire services, disabled toilet, grease trap connection, exhaust connection to riser, shop front and doors.
Broad purpose clause including shop, restaurant, drink establishment, indoor recreation, community use, commercial non retail ,office and agencies.
Available for lease: * Ground Floor Unit 229 * Unit comprises of 86m2 internal & 67m2 outdoor.
* Ground Floor Unit 232 * Unit comprises of 74m2 internal & 31m2 outdoor.
Available for sale: * Unit 233: 124m2 with 2 basement car parks $990,000 + GST * Unit 234: 121m2 with 1 basement car park $960,000 + GST
For more information or to arrange an inspection contact Dania Khalil on 0406 375 946 or Andrew Smith on 0409 600 471
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