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73 Northbourne Avenue, City, ACT 2601

73 Northbourne Avenue, City, ACT 2601

Offices

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HIGH PROFILE OFFICE SPACES AVAILABLE!

  • Prominent CBD Location
  • Excellent amenity at your door step
  • Secure parking available

  • Floor Area
  • 300.0 m² - 3955.0 m²
  • Tenure Type
  • Vacant Possession
  • Building
  • Partial
  • Last Updated
  • May 06, 2021
  • Energy Efficiency Rating
  • 3.5-star NABERS Energy Rating

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CBRE - Canberra

Level 4, 2 Constitution Avenue

City ACT 2601

Zoe Ferrari, CBRE - Canberra
Zoe Ferrari
Brendan Laus, CBRE - Canberra
Brendan Laus

HIGH PROFILE OFFICE SPACES AVAILABLE!

At the onset of a new chapter in Canberra, 73 Northbourne offers an exceptional prospect for any organisation that takes pride in their business address. The office configurations, proximity to Canberra’s CBD and educational amenities combine for an incomparable opportunity for the discerning tenant. With a high calibre, modern upgrade throughout, the owner, South Haven Group, has elevated the appeal of this light-filled office building to suit any contemporary and dynamic business.

The extensive upgrades have been designed to bring the greatest value to occupants, elevating the experience within. The revitalised foyer and newly built business lounge make a valuable impact on a visitor’s first impression. South Haven’s new lift lobbies and end-of-trip facilities such as bathrooms and bike storage will also greatly add to employees’ wellbeing.

Located just a five-minute walk from the Canberra Centre, it offers tenants a myriad of entertainment, cafes and shops, placed with the best of Canberra’s prominent businesses just moments away. With the light rail on the door step, the office space is perfectly positioned in the heart of the revitalisation of Canberra’s

73 Northbourne Avenue, City, ACT 2601

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