Modern, light-filled office located on the doorstep of the CBD
Suite 122, 87 Turner Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207
Expression of Interest
Colliers is pleased to present Suite 122, 87 Turner Street, Port Melbourne to the market For Sale via Expressions of Interest closing Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 3p.m. This modern office provides both occupiers and investors with an immediate entry into the most popular Melbourne CBD Fringe Industrial market.
Suite 122, 87 Turner Street features a light filled, modern open plan office coupled with substantial quiet space and meeting rooms.
Located with frontage to Turner Street, the property benefits from excellent connectivity to the Westgate Freeway (M1) and Citylink, with public transport connectivity provided through buses running along Salmon Street.
Property Features and Attributes include:
- Open plan workspace with abundant natural light - Quiet spaces and large corporate meeting room - Accessible balcony with frontage to Turner Street - Bathroom, shower and kitchen amenity - 5 on-site carparks - Outstanding surrounding amenity and access through to the Melbourne CBD and South Melbourne
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