19th century warehouse turned modern office in Fitzroy up for auction

19th century warehouse turned modern office in Fitzroy up for auction
19th century warehouse turned modern office in Fitzroy up for auction

It has been called the warehouse office investment that ‘ticks all the boxes’.

A two-level freestanding fully leased building in Melbourne’s inner suburb of Fitzroy has been listed for auction on November 3 by CBRE.

The 1 Harrison Place property is a renovated, architecturally designed modern office space within a warehouse.

The former cordial factory was built in 1882 for local manufacturer Robert Harrison.

Fully leased as a co-working space with four new leases, the 244 sqm building returns a total of $152,790 per annum.

 19th century warehouse turned modern office in Fitzroy up for auction

It is located within Fitzroy's laneway cultural hub and benefits from mixed use zoning that offers potential for future commercial and residential opportunities.

The property also has direct tram access to the CBD.

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