Mr Twelftree said; “We are anticipating significant interest from a range of buyer profiles, however, most notably owner-occupiers with a medical focus.”
“Given the 11-level redevelopment of St Vincent’s, there is strong incentive for ancillary usage of the property.”
Mr Tat added that the property was one of the most attractive in the CBD, featuring a standout heritage façade.
“Given the flexibility of the 7-level development approval behind the façade, we feel the opportunity will resonate with the international buyer market,” Mr Tat said.
On offer with vacant possession, the site has long been occupied by Alcaston Gallery – one of Melbourne’s leading contemporary art galleries.
Established in 1989, the Gallery features a national and international exhibition schedule and represents contemporary artists from Australia and the Asia Pacific Region.
11 Brunswick Street is being sold via an international Expressions of Interest campaign, closing on 26 September 2019.
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