Scots’ Church’s Assembly Hall building now fully leased

Scots’ Church’s Assembly Hall building now fully leased
Scots’ Church’s Assembly Hall building now fully leased

The historic five-storey Assembly Hall building at Scots’ Church in Melbourne CBD’s ‘Paris End’ is now fully leased.

Designed by Henry H. Kemp and built by Swanson Bros. in 1914, it sits immediately in front of Westpac’s modern headquarters and is adjacent to the 1873-built Scots’ Church, on the corner of Russell Street.

Mens’ shoes and fashion accessory label Double Monk has taken a 42 square metre space on part of the ground floor on a 6+6-year deal at $35,000 per annum plus GST with 3.5% increases.

The five suites, across the ground and second floors, cover a total of 172 square metres and the leases will initially bring in a combined rent of circa $94,000 per annum gross plus GST.

Rates range from $450sqm to $550 square metres plus GST per square metre for the second floor.

Other tenants include Jackie Knight Consulting, William Angliss Charitable Fund and Enable Workplace Consulting.

Fitzroys Manager - Agency, Stephen Land and Agency Executive, Sam Friend negotiated the deals.

Scots’ Church’s Assembly Hall building now fully leased

Land said the Gothic Revival-style Assembly Hall offered rare self-contained offices in the coveted East End of Collins Street.

“Assembly Hall has retained its historic character over more than a century, an element that continues to draw tenants across the boutique office market,” said Land.

He said strong levels of enquiry were received from a number of different commercial operators, with legal, financial and real estate consultants, not-for-profit groups, and psychology and counselling services particularly prominent.

“The city’s East End offers a vibrant mix of its famous high-end shopping that has the street dotted with iconic global brands; high-profile modern and classic office buildings, and a range of food and beverage options, while Assembly Hall is also located a short distance from the heart of the Melbourne’s CBD.

“Tenants continue to look for spaces that offer attractive lifestyle elements and are well located, with Assembly Hall’s location on Collins Street between Swanston and Russell Streets easily accessible via a multitude of public transport options.”

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