Level 1 106/46-48 East Esplanade
Office Space across from Manly Wharf
Located across from Manly Wharf, Suite 106/46-48 East Esplanade represents a great opportunity for a small digital, development or design firm looking for a small studio space. It is available unfurnished
The building is designed around an open-air light well and is complete with bathrooms, and a kitchenette. It also offers secure lift access and a shower room.
The building overlooks Manly Ferry Wharf and its heritage character, with exposed brick and floorboards, complimented by a new addition of modern chic suites are the rear of the property.
* 21sqm office floor suite available
* Across from Manly Wharf
* 50m to The Corso & Manly Shopping Village
* Security entry to all floors with direct lift access
* Bathroom facilities, shower on site for ocean loving tenants
* Fully reverse cycle air-conditioning.
Small and intimate, this suite is perfect for an expert looking for a quiet space, with minimal light to facilitate their needs.
Call Vincent West on 0403 444 000 or Oliver Rosati 0428 877 888 today for your inspection.
** All rentals are per annum and quoted areas/measurements are approximations only **
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Manly Neighbourhood Profile
A suburb that needs to introduction, Manly has evolved from relative unknown to the place to be on Sydney’s north shore for those chasing the beach lifestyle without wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of Sydney’s CBD. With a ferry that connects you to the city in just 30 minutes, Manly and Shelley Beaches to rival the best in the world, and an incomparable restaurant and shopping scene, Manly truly is the hub of coastal life along the Northern Beaches.
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