Central Park launches commercial leasing at One Hundred Broadway

 Central Park launches commercial leasing at One Hundred Broadway
Central Park launches commercial leasing at One Hundred Broadway

Joint venture partners, Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui House Australia, have launched the commercial leasing campaign for One Hundred Broadway, located in the $2 billion masterplanned Central Park precinct.

It features  5,500 sqm of office space across six levels and is due for completion in mid-late 2018.

 Central Park launches commercial leasing at One Hundred Broadway

One Hundred Broadway is the commercial space element of the DUO tower designed by architects Foster + Partners on the corner of Abercrombie Street and Broadway in Sydney's Chippendale.

The building will feature a glass façade floating above the restored, heritage-significant The Australian Hotel.

 Central Park launches commercial leasing at One Hundred Broadway

Chris Fisher, director, advisory and transaction services, CBRE, said One Hundred Broadway will offer tenants – and their employees – a fantastic location with access to Central Park’s existing world-class amenities. 

“The dedicated lobby and commercial facilities ensure the tenants will enjoy a private and focused environment for business with the vibrant community just next door, great for a midday break and when the day is done,” he said.

 Central Park launches commercial leasing at One Hundred Broadway

“In addition, as a new build you have a blank canvas to work with in your tenancy. The combination of a side core design and abundant natural light offers flexibility for interior design, allowing you to create your workplace of the future.

 Central Park launches commercial leasing at One Hundred Broadway

"Modern end-of-trip facilities, adjacent open space, and unrivalled connectivity to the broader Sydney region will show employees your space is all about a balanced lifestyle."

 Central Park launches commercial leasing at One Hundred Broadway

 

 

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