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Level L1/01/60-62 Alexander Avenue
Level L1/01/60-62 Alexander Avenue, Taren Point NSW 2229 AUS
MGM MARTIN – BRAND NEW WAREHOUSE & OFFICE
MGM MARTIN is delighted to present to you a brand-new warehouse space for lease within the Brand-New Factory Development of 60-62 Alexander Avenue, Taren Point. This warehouse space is located on the first floor of the complex and is considered one of the larger warehouses within the development. The warehouse space is within proximity to all major transport hubs such as Sydney Airport, Port Botany, Sydney CBD, Taren Point Road, Caringbah Train station & the local bus route connected along Cawarra Road.
With a total of 172 sqm , this is a great opportunity to occupy space within the Sutherland Shire market.
– Total started area on title – 172 sqm
– 110 sqm of warehouse space
– 62 sqm of office space
– 2 x Parking spaces
– Bathroom including disabled toilet
– 3 phase power available
– Air – conditioned office Space
– Kitchenet with hot water included
– Remote controlled Roller doors
– Security cameras through the complex
- Floor Area is 172 m²
- 2 Car Spaces
- 3 Phase Power, Car Parking - Surface, Carpeted, Close to Schools, Close to Shops, Close to Transport
As Advertised or by Appointment
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