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Suite 04/60 Marcus Clarke Street, City ACT 2601

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Block size: 3847 m² approx.Office size: 243 m² approx.UV: $7,700,000 (2023)
Widely recognised as Canberra CBD's most prominent building, 60 Marcus Clarke Street delivers 'A grade' services and amenities to its tenants and their clients. Four high speed lifts, large efficient floor plates and picturesque views from the upper floors are just some of the buildings defining features.

The building has just undergone an extensive refurbishment program to the main lobby and construction of new end of trip facilities with towel service. New meeting facilities have just been completed, with views towards Black Mountain and available to all building tenants on a booking system, allowing tenant cost savings over their leased office space. The building currently has a 4.0 Star NABERS Energy Rating.

Prominent building signage available by negotiation.

Level 5 - 243 sqm - Available Now
New fitout includes a boardroom, meeting room, kitchen and open plan work area.

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Key details

Property type:
Block Size:
3847 *
Unimproved Value:
$7,700,000 (2023)

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Office Size:
243 *
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Knight Frank Canberra
  • Kellie O'Connor

    Knight Frank Canberra

  • Nathan Dunn

    Knight Frank Canberra

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Block 19 Section 23 City
Block size: 3847 (approx)
Unimproved value: $7,700,000 (2023)
Legal description: CANB/CITY/23/19
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Ainslie Primary SchoolPrimary School
Campbell High SchoolHigh School
Calvary Private HospitalHospital
Canberra CentreMajor Shopping Centre
Australian National UniversityUniversity
Merici CollegeCollege
City Post OfficePost Office
Aust. Defence AcademyTafe

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Listing ID: 182044441. This listing has been viewed 38 times. It was first displayed on 31/10/2023 and last updated on 09/02/2024.
Allhomes acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Allhomes is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of Canberra and the region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we work.
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