Grand Pavilion Fine Indian restaurant chain expands into Sydney CBD

Grand Pavilion Fine Indian restaurant chain expands into Sydney CBD
Grand Pavilion Fine Indian restaurant chain expands into Sydney CBD

Following success on New South Wales’ Central Coast, The Grand Pavilion Indian restaurant has established a flagship fourth location in Sydney’s CBD. 

The restaurant has leased 315 square metres of strata retail space at 261 George Street. 

CBRE’s James Beerworth and Leif Olson negotiated the five-year lease deal at $300,000 per annum + GST, which equates to circa $952 per square metre. 

“The Grand Pavilion has opened its new central location, following a $1 million fitout, in answer to Sydney’s under-representation of premium Indian cuisine in the CBD,” Beerworth said.  

“The space offers an accessible George Street location, with proximity to Sydney’s commercial and hotel market, George Street light rail, Australia Square, the Met Centre and Wynyard Station.”

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