Ground & Sub Ground, 318 Queen Street, Melbourne
THE FUTURE OF DINING, THE INTERSECTION OF DESIGN & ART
Acting under the instructions from Advise Transact, Jones Real Estate is privileged to offer for your consideration Ground & Sub Ground, 318 Queen Street, Melbourne For Lease.
This exquisite retail opportunity is rich in history having been home to one of Melbourne’s most famous institutions the ‘Celtic Club’ who occupied the site from December 1959 until its recent redevelopment.
Additionally, Ground & Sub Ground, 318 Queen Street, Melbourne offers the ideal opportunity for the incoming tenant to be a part of a new history for the building and take advantage of the 972,000 people that use the Melbourne CBD daily^. The notable and prominent corner location at the intersection of Queen & La Trobe Streets in the dense legal and residential precinct.
Key features of this elegant and historic corner include:
– Perfectly positioned at the entry point of ‘Paragon’ one of Melbourne’s most highly sought-after developments, spanning 48 levels and home to 227 residential apartments, three levels of office and an indoor forest.
– Property benefits from an active liquor licence, perfect for any hospitality or venue operator.
– Bespoke offering of 308sqm* on one of Melbourne’s most prominent corners of Queen Street and La Trobe Street within the upper echelon legal and residential CBD precinct.
– This opulent offering has the ability to be divided over a Ground Floor offering of 157sqm* and a Sub Ground level of 151sqm*.
– Melbourne’s ‘Hoddle Grid’ as of the last census (2021) is home to 169,860 permanent residents and averages 910,800 people on a weekday and 753,100 on a weekend^.
– Perfectly positioned near some of Melbourne’s key landmarks and tourist destinations such as Melbourne Central, Flagstaff Gardens and the Queen Victoria Market (QVM).
– CCZ1 – Capital City Zone – Schedule 1.
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Disclaimer: Sizes and dimensions described are approximate. Parties should not rely on the information contained within this summary; we recommend seeking professional advice before proceeding.