South Australian German Club lists historic HQ after century ownership

South Australian German Club lists historic HQ after century ownership
South Australian German Club lists historic HQ after century ownership

The South Australian German Club has listed its historic headquarters in Adelaide’s CBD after more than a century of ownership. 

The 943 sqm property was originally purchased in 1913 as two small, separate cottages and was fully developed in the 1970’s to cater for an expanding member pool and demanding customer base.

The three-storey, mixed-use asset offers potential for a range of operations, including commercial, retail, professional services, hospitality, entertainment, educational facilities and medium/high density living.

CBRE’s Ned Looker, Mitch Curnow and Harry Einarson have been appointed to sell the 221-225 Flinders Street site with vacant possession.

 Looker noted that the building was expected to be in high demand, with its strong history making it a significant CBD asset. 

South Australian German Club lists historic HQ after century ownership

“This is truly an iconic building and we are sure there will great demand throughout the campaign, with it being very reasonably priced,” Looker said.

“The building offers flexible space, which would appeal to a variety of buyers and end-uses. There is so much opportunity to redevelop or refurbish into a highly functional, mixed-use building.”

Mitch Curnow said The list of neighbouring transactions reflected the eastern precinct’s recent winning streak.

Grant Thornton occupies a large space close by, WOTSO Group has purchased a neighbouring property and, in another clear sign of market confidence, the eastern precinct skyline is filled with cranes.”

The Flinders Street property is being offered through an expressions of interest campaign, closing November 8.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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