Space opens in Harry Seidler designed office block in Surry Hills

Space opens in Harry Seidler designed office block in Surry Hills
Space opens in Harry Seidler designed office block in Surry Hills

An opportunity has arisen to lease office space in the Surry Hills commercial block designed by the late Harry Seidler.

It's been called home by the Australia Council for the Arts since it was completed by Seidler in 1999.

They're exiting the 4,435 square metre space which is available at the end of September. 

Seidler designed the building in 1996 and his development firm spent three years creating the six storey building that was modelled on his own offices in Milsons Point.

Those offices won the prestigious Sir John Sulman Medal.

Each floor of the Elizabeth Street block features column free space and is encased by frameless floor to ceiling glass windows.

There are large north facing terraces on levels three and six and west facing terraces on levels three and five.

The Seidler family still own the building.

Knight Frank's Nick Lau is marketing the commercial space.

There's likely to be more rental opportunities given the demise in Australia of low-commission real estate agency Purplebricks who occupy space on level one.

 

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