Property ID: 1P5670

560 Botany Road Alexandria NSW

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  • Retail
  • For Lease
Office & Showroom Leasing Opportunities - Beautifully Balanced
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Blending authentic character with contemporary, light-filled work and retail spaces, 560 Botany is ideally located in Sydney's most creative inner-city neighbourhood. A former function centre, its heritage as a place where people come together has been re-imagined by award-winning architects Squillace as a collaborative workplace of the future.

This is a rare opportunity to work in an inspiring environment that feels like home – in the heart of a thriving community of like-minded creative businesses, food and design gems. All just 4km south of Sydney's CBD, and one train stop from Central.

OVERVIEW

Project Timing
- Available for occupation in Q3 2021

Location Overview
- Sydney's thriving inner-south
- 4km Sydney CBD
- 15-minute walk Green Square station
- 3km Sydney Airport

Building Overview
- Office: 661sqm
- Retail: 460sqm
- Total: 1,121sqm

Three Levels
- Ground floor: retail showroom with loading bay
- Level 1 and 2: versatile open-plan workplace

End-of-Trip
- Luxurious bathrooms and showers
- Bike racks and lockers

Architect
- Squillace Architecture / Interiors

Developer
- Stonebrae Capital


LOCATION

560 Botany's stunning transformation reflects its surrounds, as Alexandria re-imagines its industrial past into a vibrant fashion, design and food scene. You'll be in good company, with Morley Avenue's boutiques, bakeries and cafes just around the corner. The Cannery brings together Sydney's best providores, bars and restaurants in a distinctive urban marketplace – including Archie Rose Distillery and Three Blue Ducks. This precinct is also packed with lifestyle brands including homewares, fashion and wellbeing icons like Zimmerman and Koskela.

Cycle paths take you in all directions – including the open green spaces of Sydney Park. And with Green Square a short walk away, you're just one train stop from the CBD.

Website - 560botany.com

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