Addenbrooke puts fully-renovated creative office building on market

A fully-renovated office building in the up-and-coming suburb of Camperdown has hit the market, attracting the eye of savvy owner occupiers and sophisticated investors.

Located at 28-32 Mallet Street, the 1039sqm building is being brought to market by Ray White Commercial agents Peter Vines and Michael Khouri, in conjunction with Karbon Property agents Tom Williams and Charles Bowmer, on behalf of Addenbrooke.

“The property is situated in the Sydney Fringe’s most up and coming enviable locations,” Mr Vines said.

“Camperdown is Sydney’s premier educational and medical precinct with Sydney University and the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital located only moments away from the property.

“The trendy suburb is home to some of Sydney’s leading creative names and tech entrepreneurs.

“The commercial hub has expanded quickly due to its character-filled warehouse conversions into office buildings and its proximity to local employee talent living nearby who are sick of working in soulless skyscrapers in the CBD and looking for a more authentic location.”

Mr Williams said 28-32 Mallet Street had recently undergone a stylish and contemporary whole building refurbishment by a company fast being known for their tasteful works- Addenbrooke.

“The architecturally designed refurbishment combines warehouse character and state of the art finishes delivering a stylish HQ that will appeal to investors and occupiers alike,” he said.

“Features include polished concrete floors, exposed timber ceilings, large windows allowing for an abundance of natural light, brand new kitchenettes and bathroom amenities, off-street parking for four cars and a balcony on level one.”

Addenbrooke director Toby O’Neil said Camperdown was a lovely pocket of the city fringe.

“We were initially drawn to the building due to its location opposite the park and the fact it occupies a prominent corner block,” Mr O’Neil said.

“We styled the renovations to be sleek and inviting, whilst allowing the next owner or occupiers to put their spin on it.”

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