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1/8 Shepherd Street, Darwin City

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Excellent Returns and a Quality Tenant

Located at 8 Shepherd Street is a boutique style commercial space designed by Joe Librio of Librio Associates one of Darwin’s leading interior architects.

The new nine story building housing this strata title tenancy has an attractive street presentation and offers an excellent level of amenity.

Less than 500 metres from the Darwin GPO, on the corner of Shepherd and Woods Streets.

The site boasts excellent exposure to traffic entering and exiting the city via the Stuart Hwy, is surrounded by off street parking and only a short stroll from cafes and Woolworths City Centre.

The office tenancy with reception area, waiting area and meeting room, two separate offices, a large open plan office area, conference room, data, filing and tearoom plus three toilet facilities.

Featuring ground floor corner frontage to both Shepherd Street and Woods Street, the unit presents excellent signage opportunities, lessee has access to the pool and entertainment area located on the third floor and has the luxury of six (6) secure basement car parks plus one outer car park. The car parks are huge bonus to any business.

Currently leased until 2022 with two 3 year options. There isn’t a better time to acquire this remarkable investment property.

Area under title is a large 377 square metres.

For further information please contact Shun Hatton on 0414 282 100 or Cameron Charles on 0412 733 795

Price on Application

ID# 41052112862

Land Area 377 sqm


Property Type Office/Showroom
Building Area 377 sqm (approx)

Shun Hatton

Shun Hatton
08 8942 8942
0414 282 100

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