Commercial Development Site, 1 Taubman Street,
Symonston, ACT 2609
$1,600,000 + GST
Key property information
Map of Commercial Development Site, 1 Taubman Street
Commercial Development Site, Amtech Estate Symonston ACT
- Corner Development Site
- Development plans available
- Established precinct
1 Taubman Street is a great corner block of 2,639sqm on the intersection of Wormald Street in the Amtech Estate, Symonston ACT.
Symonston is predominantly an office precinct catering to commercial tenants primarily related to the research, development, manufacture, processing, assembly, marketing or service provision of advanced technology and scientific products including allied goods and services and supporting processes (as described the the Symonston Precinct Code).
The precinct is already home to tenants such as:
+ Northrop Grumman - Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in autonomous systems, cyber, C4ISR, space, strike, and logistics and modernization to customers worldwide.
+ Telstra have an office warehouse facility providing services to the Comonwealth.
+ The Citadel Group - Citadel is a leading ASX-listed software and technology company that specialises in secure enterprise information management in complex environments. Citadel provides secure information to support real-time decisions across the Health, National Security, Defence and Other Enterprises.
+ Cardno - Engineering consultants
+ Numbersowl - They help founders of growing tech startups, Shopify Stores and fitness studios know and manage their numbers.
The Vendor has development plans prepared by AMC Projects for a modern 2 level office building and an under-croft car park. The designed building has an NLA of 2,040sqm (1,020sqm per floor) over the 2 floors plus space for 71 car spaces.
The Crown Lease has a maximum GFA of 2,100sqm.
The property is for sale with an asking price of $1,600,000 + GST.
Contact Alex Smith on 0409 007 649 for further information.
Property ID: 503405702Last Updated: 23 Dec 2019