Premium Commercial Office overlooking World Square
Level 5, Sydney NSW 2000
Block size: 68 m² approx.
* Premium commercial office overlooking World Square * Quality fit out, reception, three rooms with generous size * Large windows, excellent natural light * Direct lift exposure * NBN ready building * Tenanted til 25 March 2021 with Rent of $48,620 PA * Good Yield
Location: The property is located at the corner of Pitt and Liverpool Streets, close to World Square, Local Court, Town Hall and Museum. The area boasts the highest residential density in Australia, with further residential and hotel developments proposed nearby. It's considered as one of the busiest precincts in Sydney CBD. Fayworth House comprises a six storey building built circa 1910. The building was substantially refurbished in 1995, and subsequently strata subdivided into 5 retail shops and approximately 50 office suites above. The external facade was repainted; the carpet was replaced in 2016.
For detailed info, please contact Joshua 0408 422 771 or Nick 0418 115 776
Features include: Air Conditioning
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