Trinity Bar in Sydney's Surry Hills up for sale

Trinity Bar in Sydney's Surry Hills up for sale
Trinity Bar in Sydney's Surry Hills up for sale

The historic Trinity Bar in Sydney's Surry Hills is being brought to the market for sale via an expressions of interest campaign.

It will be the first time in 20 years that the asset has been offered publicly for sale. 

Dating back to 1882, the hotel is an example of Victorian free classical style. It has undergone several modifications since its construction- most notably during the 1920’s by the former Tooth and Co brewery in the Inter-war style, according to the hotel's website.

Trinity Bar originally traded as ‘Somer’s Hotel’, the first of many titles including ‘Hotel Victoria’, ‘Surry Hills Inn’ and more recently ‘The Elephants Foot’. It has operated as Trinity Bar since 1998.

Daniel Dragicevich and Ben McDonald of CBRE Hotels are handling the campaign on behalf of Ray Reilly.

“Opportunities to acquire inner city freehold hotels of this calibre are becoming increasingly rare as hoteliers compete with buyers from various other segments for prime properties. The Trinity Bar definitely fits into this profile," said Dragicevich.

The national EoI campaign will run till May 12 and CBRE expect a mix of commercial property investors and traditional hoteliers to compete for the asset.

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Sydney Hotel Sale

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