Canberra office undergoes modern refurbishment

Canberra office undergoes modern refurbishment
Canberra office undergoes modern refurbishment

A Canberra commercial office refurbishment has brought to life a section of a 1960s building.

Property developer ICON Developments, in conjunction with Camlen Property Group, worked with architects peckvonhartel to modernise the property at 10 Hobart Place.

Two of the building’s 10 floors have been transformed into flexible workspaces with an industrial-style aesthetic, including polished concrete floors, exposed ceiling services and glass internal corridor partitioning.

Other additions to the building include new end-of-trip facilities, including showers, lockers and change rooms, as well as bike storage.

The building has a total of 4,500 square metres of lettable area and spaces of from 65 square metres to 530 square metres are immediately available to prospective tenants. Further tenancy options from 180 square metres are also available for lease.

The site is close to the ACT Magistrates and Supreme Courts, The Australian National University (ANU) Action Campus, and Canberra Shopping Centre.

Ashley Murdoch from ICON Development said Canberra’s west precinct of the CBD has undergone recent activity in a bid to revitalise the city and make it a more vibrant and exciting place to work, live and visit, and to continue to attract investment.

“Through this refurbishment, we wanted to stay true to what makes the city unique. Located at the heart of the CBD and surrounded by so much of what gives Canberra its distinct character, the building represents professionalism and style within a corporate business environment,” said Murdoch.

The revitalisation also saw an 80s themed basement bar called ‘88mph’. 

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