Dee Why

Sold $280,000 + GST / $25,200 + GST Net
63 sqms

Key details

Property Type Offices

Highlights

Office at the Top of the Tower

Office Area: 63qm
Office Area: 63qm
We are pleased to offer for sale & lease this unique office space at the top of tower at the Dee Why Grand. Plenty of natural light in this out of the ordinary suite. With an internal landscaped atrium and a building designed to a 4.5-star green rating, Dee Why Grand offices are both comfortable and environmentally friendly.

Features:
* Office space in Dee Whys newest business complex
* 1 car space
* Designed to a 4.5-star energy rating
* Directly above Coles, Aldi, Priceline and over 30 speciality shops
* Access to gym and pool
* Underground parking with 780+ spaces.
* For Sale - $280,000 + GST
* For Lease $25,200 + GST Net
* Approx outgoings: $8,668 PA

For more information, or to arrange an inspection contact Vincent West on 0403 444 000.

Location: Situated in Dee Whys most iconic mixed use building, Dee Why Grand. Perched proudly on a block fronting Pacific Parade, Sturdee Parade and Pittwater Road, the main arterial road for the Northern Beaches. Everything you need is situated in one building with facilities such as a gym, pool, liquor shop, Dee Why Hotel and Coles.

***All rentals are per annum and quoted areas are approximations***

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