Offices for lease
67 Albert, Chatswood 2067
Options from 350 m2 to 1,090 m2 Free standing biuilding Professionally managed Refurbished Breakout areas Open plan and fitted out out options...
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE SPACE TO RENT AND BUY IN Chatswood Need Industrial property, Commercial property and Retail property in Chatswood New South Wales for lease and for sale call Griffin Property. Griffin Property is a leading commercial real estate agent in Chatswood Chatswood is part of the North Shore’s commercial and retail districts that stretches from North Sydney through St Leonards, Crows Nest, Artarmon to Chatswood. Chatswood has many major shopping centres. The most prominent A-grade commercial buildings in Chatswood are Citadel Towers 799 Pacific Highway, 475 Victoria Road, Zenith Towers 821 Pacific Highway, 9 Help Street, 12 Help Street, 15 Help Street and 465 Victoria Ave. Shopping and Entertainment Chatswood is the largest shopping area outside the Sydney CBD with more malls and shops than any other suburb in Sydney The Chatswood Chase, completed in 1983, is the premier shopping mall outside the Sydney CBD featuring elite brands such as David Jones and 120 specialty stores, focusing on designer-label brands. The Westfield Chatswood, owned and managed by The Westfield Group, is being completely refurbished and enlarged, it now features a Myer department store, Zara, Target, Coles supermarket, Toys 'R' Us, JB Hi-Fi, Rebel Sport, Hoyts cinema complex, and 300 speciality stores. The $110 million development of Westfield Chatswood includes a reconfiguration of the existing two-level mall facing Victoria Avenue into a five-level statement entrance that will house new large format and specialty retailers, and an Asian-inspired dining market. The development will strengthen the centre’s fashion offering, with an expected mix of international and Australian mini-major retailers. In a first for Sydney’s North Shore, Topshop Topman will open a two level flagship store on the Victoria Avenue entrance. The Asian-inspired dining market will be modeled on a marketplace concept and will cater to shoppers both day and night, by trading beyond traditional centre hours. It will also link to an outdoor laneway for street food pop-ups and other activations against a back-drop of urban street art. The new Chatswood Interchange houses Metro Chatswood the newest and most modern shopping mall in Chatswood, with Woolworths, as the anchor tenant. Metro Chatswood provides nearly 12,000m² of ultra modern, high quality retail space in a truly world class, unique shopping centre. The Metro Chatswood retail complex is located directly within the major transport hub of Chatswood Transport Interchange. As such, it benefits from daily customer traffic flows that very few other shopping centres in Australia can ever hope to match: Over 11 million pedestrians passing through the Centre during peak periods. Approximately 238,700 train commuters presently using Chatswood Railway Station on a weekly basis (an estimate of circa 12.41m annual rail commuters). Projections for annual rail commuter numbers to increase to 16.1m by 2016 and 17.4m by 2021. Some 5,000 commuters departing Chatswood Bus Interchange on a daily weekday basis. A local office workforce of approximately 18,900 people. Over 1,000 residents living directly above Metro Chatswood in 3 residential towers. The other shopping centres such as the Mandarin Centre, which houses another Hoyt’s cinema complex, the Willoughby Council’s Concourse with theatres’ restaurants and shops, the Lemon Grove Centre and Victoria Plaza are major shopping centres in their own right. The Melody Markets are held each Thursday and Friday in Chatswood Mall, Victoria Avenue and feature food and craft stalls, and live music. There are more Chinese (including Cantonese), Japanese and Korean restaurants and eateries in Chatswood than anywhere in Sydney. There are two hotels in Chatswood: The Mantra, near Chatswood railway station and The Sebel, near Westfield shopping centre. The Chatswood Club, located on Help Street adjacent to Pacific Highway, is a venue hall which caters to weddings, birthdays, cocktail parties, and other age-appropriate festivities. Residential Chatswood has seen unprecedented apartment growth over the last decade, with new apartment towers of all shapes and sizes being released almost every month, from smaller developments in the surrounding blocks to Mirvac’s 43 storey tower with magnificent views in all directions. Transport The Chatswood interchange with the bus terminus and the junction of rail lines to the upper North Shore, North West, Central Coast and to the Sydney CBD is the largest suburban transport centre outside the Sydney CBD. The new North West high frequency metro rail that will terminate in Chatswood will be completed in 2019. Chatswood is a major bus terminus with services to Bondi Junction, Sydney, North Sydney, Mosman, Balmoral Beach, Manly, Warringah Mall/Brookvale, UTS Ku-ring-gai, Belrose, Narrabeen, Mona Vale, Eastwood, Gladesville, West Ryde, North Ryde, Macquarie University, Macquarie Park, Parramatta and Dundas. An interstate bus service between Sydney and Brisbane via the North Coast stops at Chatswood. Major roads through Chatswood include the Pacific Highway, Mowbray Road, Boundary Street, Willoughby Road and Eastern Valley Way and Victoria Avenue. The latter forms a pedestrian mall for the section running through the main retail area.