Space for rent in historic Tasma Terrace, Parliament Place Melbourne

Space for rent in historic Tasma Terrace, Parliament Place Melbourne
Space for rent in historic Tasma Terrace, Parliament Place Melbourne

Retail space has become available in the historic Tasma Terrace headquarters of the National Trust.

The Trust occupies large office across level two of the six-terrace three-storey row.

It has yielded vacant space on the ground and first floors.

The premises are known as 10 and 12 Parliament Place, suitable for retail and commercial operators.

There is a 46 sqm ground floor space.

The 57 sqm first floor at No.10 and the former storage 103 sqm ground and first floor storage space at No.12 are available.

The boutique terrace-style offices feature original trimmings, high ceilings, and a large glass atrium at the rear.

It overlooks Burton Reserve towards Parliament House.

The space is likely to garner between $575 and $600 a sqm.

Tasma Terrace also boasts a gallery, meeting and function rooms.

The total site comprises of six terraces.

Mr Tod cafe operates from the basement.

Tasma Terrace was built in 1879 for grain merchant George Nipper as a stylish guest house and family home.

Situated in one of Melbourne’s most desired city fringe locations, it is within close proximity to Spring Street, Collins Street and the CBD. 

East Melbourne has the tightest non-CBD office market in the country, according to the most recent data from the Property Council of Australia, with a vacancy rate of just 2%.

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