FOR LEASE • 98.6 square metres • Prime retail space • Direct street traffic exposure • 4.8m frontage • Clean and modern • Existing fit-out in place
Expressions of Interest are currently being sought from astute retailers seeking a prime Jonson Street location.
Set in the heart of vibrant Byron Bay, this premier retail opportunity comprises approx. 98 square metres of ground floor space with a large 4.8m frontage, which opens via bi-fold doors. It includes an office/kitchen space and externally accessed toilet.
Whether you're making a "sea change" and want to set up a new business or you wish to relocate from your existing premises to one with excellent exposure to foot and vehicle traffic on Jonson Street, this property is certainly worthy of your inspection.
Just 500 metres to the beach, the property is set across the road from the Byron Visitor Centre, Woolworths supermarket and Mercato on Byron.
The existing fit-out includes lighting, ceiling fans, air conditioning and floor coverings.
The landlord is seeking Expressions of Interest and has some flexibility with regard to lease terms. Bring us your reasonable offer and due consideration will be given.
This clean, modern retail space offers a golden opportunity to capitalise on this busy Byron Bay location, so don't miss out.
Contact: Julie-Ann Manahan on 0411 081 118 to arrange your personal inspection.
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