Level 2 Suite 2/33-35 Ainslie Place, City ACT 2601
$385sqm + GST
Office size: 107 m² approx.
33 Ainslie Avenue is a well presented 6-story building directly opposite the Canberra Centre which has just undergone a full refurbishment of the common areas (toilets, foyers etc) & the building entry. This refurbishment gives the building a new lease of life and is sure to impress, providing the level of finishes expected in a higher priced office building.
Importantly the asking rents still offer a potential tenant a cost effective office solution in the heart of the CBD.
This 107 sqm unit is located on the second level of the building and offers a boardroom, your own kitchenette and a large open plan work space that comfortably houses 9 workstations and most importantly a nice outlook being at the front of the building. The fit-out is in great condition and ready to move into.
The building is located a short walk from the Canberra Centre and public parking. being located on the eastern side of Northbourne Avenue, this part of the office precinct is particularly popular with the public sector, and private sector firms servicing the public sector. This location provides easy access to a full range of services being in the heart of the retail sector.
For further information or to arrange a private inspection please contact Chris Farmer from LJ Hooker Commercial on 0417 133 071
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Office Size:107 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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