New tenants for historic building in Melbourne’s Surrey Hills

New tenants for historic building in Melbourne’s Surrey Hills
New tenants for historic building in Melbourne’s Surrey Hills

A 19th century building in Melbourne’s Surry Hills has two new corporate tenants.

The corner building at 613 Canterbury Road, Surrey Hills (above) will house Melbourne start-up and financial services provider Selfwealth, and 51 Pay.

Selfwealth will occupy 330 square metres on level 1, while 51 Pay will move into level 2, also 330 sqm. 

Both have rented the spaces at $250 per sqm with $50 per sqm on outgoings. Car spaces are leased at $120 per space per month.

Fitzroys agents Martin Huang and Michael Ryan negotiated the deals in the three-level building.

The building was constructed in 1888 as the Surrey Family Hotel, “Surrey Lodge”, and was closed by a poll in 1920. It was renovated in 1939 and made into shops and a guest house, which was followed by another makeover in the 1990s.

 

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