Afterschool service OSHCare leases Balmain building

Afterschool service OSHCare leases Balmain building
Afterschool service OSHCare leases Balmain building

After-school and vacation care service OSHCare Pty Ltd has leased a heritage building in a waterfront location at Balmain in inner western Sydney where an Australian cult movie was shot.

The historic, two-storey sandstone building at 101 Mort Street was used to film parts of the 1974 Australian biker movie ‘Stone’. 

OSHCare has taken out a three-year lease with a five-year option. The net rental is $125,000 per annum.

The deal was negotiated by Ray White Commercial’s Tim Morrison on behalf of a private investor owner.

The 300 sqm building is a heritage-listed property.

“This property was originally the Forth & Clyde Hotel, an integral part of the ship building and industrial heritage of this Balmain waterfront location,” said Morrison.

The building is now used as professional offices, he said.

“The building is close to Mort Bay Park, Thames Street Wharf as well as Balmain's well-known pubs, restaurants and retail shopping precinct with easy access to bus and ferry.”

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