Metro One is a premium development with location, quality and style all in the same place. It offers boutique-style living in a complex not too large to be impersonal and over-crowded. It also proudly boasts superior living areas, purposely built to provide residents with ample space to relax in and enjoy life.
With four levels of living areas above, the commercial area for the Metro One development is perfectly located on the ground floor, taking full advantage of the street frontage and maximising visibility to each shopfront.
Commercial spaces available from 54.5m2 to 530m2 and is available to restaurants as well as shops and offices.
Location is key to Metro One: It is perfectly located right in the hub of activity in Gungahlin. Within a stone’s throw distance to the local shops, restaurants and government offices, it is also able to take advantage of the facilities at the Gungahlin Leisure Centre, swimming pool and public library. In addition, there is also the much awaited Light Rail right at its doorstep, making Metro One perfectly placed to take advantage of all of this, and be in the centre of Gungahlin’s activities.
LIMITED NUMBER OF BRAND NEW COMMERICAL SPACES (RETAIL AND RESTAURANT) IN A PROMINENT LOCATION OFFERING HIGH VISIBILITY STREET FRONTAGE AND OUTSTANDING BRANDING OPPORTUNITY - IN THE HEART OF GUNGAHLIN
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