Suite 1, Level 1, 30 Gordon Street,
Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450
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Map of Suite 1, Level 1, 30 Gordon Street
PRIME CBD OFFICE SPACE WITH ABUNDANT NATURAL LIGHT – 285m2
The premises is situated on the first floor of a modern two storey office building and is accessed via the highly presentable glazed entrance with stairs and lift. Featuring surrounding views and primarily open plan offices and a utility areas.
All with good quality carpeted flooring and a ceiling height of 2.7 metres with gorgeous CBD views. 30 Gordon Street is a high profile landmark building situated opposite the proposed Coffs Civic Centre, busy pedestrian crossing, and nearby Coffs Central.
Five onsite car parks are included and the nearby multi-level Coffs Central car park provides all day additional car parking. The Harbour Drive prime retail strip featuring alfresco cafes & restaurants and all usual CBD facilities are only a short stroll away.
An excellent option for a corporate or government department seeking fully compliant office accommodation in a modern well maintained building.
Suite 1 enjoys the following features:
- Carpeted and fully airconditioned
- Excellent natural light
- Attractive CBD outlook
- Close to shopping, cafes and all CBD services
- Excellent amenities
- Disabled access
- Five onsite car spaces
- Available early 2021
The opportunity to locate quality open plan offices in the landmark NRMA building is available so CALL NOW!!
The gross annual asking rental of $99,750 excluding GST equates to $350/m2 or $8,312 per month.
For all further details including available lease terms and conditions, leasing incentives, leasing packages, building plans etc. please contact one of LJ Hooker Commercial's Office Leasing Specialists today:
Deb Grimley 0434 301 550 firstname.lastname@example.org
Troy Mitchell 0417 695 915 email@example.com
LJ Hooker Commercial Coffs Harbour office (02) 6651 6711 firstname.lastname@example.org
The leading specialist commercial agency servicing The Coffs Coast.
Property ID: 503694078Last Updated: 6 Apr 2021