City of Sydney selling Darlinghurst building

City of Sydney selling Darlinghurst building
City of Sydney selling Darlinghurst building

A City of Sydney owned asset, located at 73-75 William Street Darlinghurst, has been offered to the market.

Located close to Hyde Park on the city fringe, the three level, 908 sqm building is currently unoccupied and zoned B4 mixed-use.

Miron Solomons, Matt Pontey and Nick Lumley of Colliers International are managing the sales campaign. 

 “This building is a complete blank canvas, which will undoubtedly attract interest from developers, investors, value-add specialists and owner-occupiers alike. We are likely to see interest from businesses such as restaurants, boutique hotels, co-working spaces or even a corporate HQ for a medium to large firm,” said Miron Solomons, National Director, Investment Services at Colliers International. 

Matt Pontey, Manager, Investment Services added “This is a value-add proposition; specialists will be attracted to this well-located, quality asset.” 

“There is strong demand for commercial property in the city fringe, evidenced by the sale of Watters Gallery which we sold at auction two weeks ago for $5.5 million.” 

73-75 William Street, Darlinghurst is for sale via and expressions of interest campaign closing May 13.

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