The home of CPA Australia in Canberra, 10 Rudd St is a modern, centrally located office building with a striking architecturally designed four level atrium and tinted glass facade.
The building is exceptionally well maintained and has undergone extensive refurbishment of common areas and services. All passenger lifts have been completely upgraded with internal upgrades and a full mechanical overhaul. Male and female bathrooms, kitchens & lift lobbies have been upgraded with high quality finishes & fixtures.
The main entrance foyer has been upgraded with feature lighting and designer furniture.
Last one left is on the Ground Floor: - 130 sqm fully refurbished suite
In addition, the building offers the following:
- Undercover parking with the choice of secure basement or covered upper deck parking. - 24 hour security monitoring with after-hours swipe card access. - Refurbished male and female bathrooms and kitchens on each floor. - Equal access bathroom and showers on the ground floor. - Outdoor balconies accessible via tenancies (level 4 and 5 only). - Two fully refurbished passenger lifts. - Undercover bicycle racks.
Join a select group of high profile professional services and government tenants in one of Canberra's best locations.
Make the move to 10 Rudd Street today & enhance your business.
For further information or to arrange a private viewing contact Chris Farmer from LJ Hooker Commercial on 0417 133 071
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Office Size:130 m²*
Unimproved Value:$2,800,000 (2019)
Land Tax (Residential):$28,022*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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