Part Ground Floor/36-38 Corinna Street, Phillip ACT 2606
$33,000 pa +GST
Office size: 60 m² approx.
With the surrounding Valley itself housing over 35,000 residents, the Woden Town Centre has become the central hub for businesses wanting to service the catchment area and those beyond, like Weston Creek and even the Inner South. Corinna Chambers itself is a two-storey commercial building largely housing some of Canberra’s most well-known and established medical offerings. Directly opposite Westfield Woden shopping centre which offers 70,000 sqm of gross lettable area (GLA) and sees over 9M people through its doors annually, the location is convenient for both customers and staff members alike. Sitting on the apex of three busy streets (Corinna Street, Brewer Street and Melrose Drive), this property has frontages and exposure capturing the attention of thousands of passing vehicles/pedestrians daily.
Belle Property Retail Canberra are pleased to exclusively an approx. 60 sqm ground floor suite, with direct eye line visibility from the front door offering ease of recognition from your customers as they walk into the building. The leafy central atrium is an attractive and quirky feature, and with common bathroom amenities any end user will not have to worry about maintaining these, nor having to pay for them within the rental.
The tenancy itself is a blank canvas, perfectly shaped, with good frontage both front and rear allowing it an abundance of natural light and with access to a rear common courtyard space. Provisions for water and drainage are available within the tenancy, and as the tenancy sits upon a suspended slab this arrangement is commonly considered easier for plumbing infrastructure to be added.
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Office Size:60 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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