ONE OF SYDNEY'S FINEST BOUTIQUE HERITAGE COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
Excellent natural light
156 Clarence Street is a 6-storey heritage office building with cartway extending to the rear of the courtyard. Built c1897 for Sir Joseph Long Innes as a warehouse building originally featuring 3 separate entrances. Progressively adapted for commercial use since the 1920's. The magnificent heritage façade and large window penetrations provide excellent natural light and a high window to floor space ratio. The polished timber floors, brick arches and high ceilings provide one of the best examples of sought after modern open workspaces in the market.
The property is located between King & Market Streets on the eastern side of Clarence Street. Access to the city's prime retail precinct and entertainment at King Street Wharf are only minutes away by foot.
The style and quality of 156 Clarence Street is underlined by the fact that two of Sydney's leading architectural firms, fitzpatrick+partners and Gray Pucksand, are headquartered in the building. Further enhancing the tenancy profile is the strong retail component, including one of Sydney's premium bars (The Baxter Inn) and one of Sydney's leading premium bicycle stores (Atelier de Velo).
Fantastic natural light. 156 Clarence Street is an excellent example of highly sought after heritage space.
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