For Lease

Shop 7, 405 SUSSEX Street, HAYMARKET 2000

  • Area 310 m²

Well Located Retail in Chinatown

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Description

CI Australia is pleased to present to the market a rare opportunity to acquire sought after retail in the heart of Chinatown. The retail unit is split over two floors providing a total of 330m² across ground floor and basement. The landlord has also received approval to split the tenancy thereby leaving:

Shop 7a - 84m² (Ground Floor)
Shop 7b - 226m² (Basement)

On the corner of Sussex Street, Little Hay Street and Dixon Street.

Modern building providing both high quality retail and commercial options in the Haymarket district.

The Chinatown Centre caters to a variety of retail options from large restaurant premises through to small 'hole-in-the-wall' street front shops. The Sydney Entertainment Centre and Darling Harbour ensure that there is a constant stream of both foot and vehicular traffic in the area creating a bustling village atmosphere.

The area has maintained its unique cultural identity whilst undergoing a transformation that has seen both Commonwealth Bank and Ernst and Young position themselves near-by. The Chinatown Public Domain Plan has also seen the street front on Little Hay Street undergo a transformation to improve the retail amenity for pedestrians.

These retail suites are best placed to capitalize on the lucrative Chinese market in Sydney.

Zoning B3 Commercial Core Council

Sydney City

Pricing

All prices are indicative plus GST (if any).

Energy Rating

3.5-star NABERS Energy rating

Grade

C

Tenure

Modern building providing both high quality retail and commercial options in the Haymarket district. The Chinatown Centre caters to a variety of retail options from large restaurant premises through to small 'hole-in-the-wall' street front shops. The Sydney Entertainment Centre and Darling Harbour ensure that there is a constant stream of both foot and vehicular traffic in the area creating a bustling village atmosphere. The building has a strong retail and corporate image with the recent leasing of over 3,000sqm of office space to an major international organization. The area has maintained its unique cultural identity whilst undergoing a transformation that has seen both Commonwealth Bank and Ernst and Young position themselves near-by. The Chinatown Public Domain Plan has also seen the street front on Little Hay Street undergo a transformation to improve the retail amenity for pedestrians. These retail suites are best placed to capitalize on the lucrative Chinese market in Sydney.

Area 310 m²

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