101-103 Miller Street, North Sydney

101 Miller Street is a ‘Premium’ grade office building. This North Sydney icon capitalises on its covetable location, offering an array of executive facilities that exude success. Featuring a signature grand entrance lobby, efficient floorplates and a variety of excellent aspects, 101 Miller Street showcases your profile to perfection. Located at the centre of life’s simple luxuries, it provides a magnificent home for companies that value making their people feel special.

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Lobby Cafe
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Onsite Parking
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Direct link to North Sydney Station
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End of Trip Facilities
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GradePremium Grade
Total Area37,473 sqm
Operating Costs$210.68 / SQM PA + GST
Parking Spaces547
Ownership 50% Mirvac Property Trust, 50% CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT)
Major TenantsCommonwealth of Australia, Genworth Financial Mortgage Insurance, Allianz Australia
Nabers Energy50
Nabers Water45
Area (sqm)
Level 22, Suite 3
Q3 2024
New spec fitout to be undertaken with 18 workstations, lockers, Co-lab breakout area plus Boardroom, offering spectacular views facing North-west. Direct lift exposure.

Fitout: Yes

Rent: POA

Level 22, Suite 2
Q3 2024
New spec fitout to be undertaken with 24 workstations lockers, 2 meeting rooms, Boardroom and kitchen breakout, offering spectacular views facing south-west. Direct lift exposure.

Fitout: Yes

Rent: POA

Level 17, Suite 2
Q3 2024
Quality existing fitout with 70 workstations, Boardroom, 3 meeting rooms and various collaboration and quiet spaces.

Fitout: Yes

Rent: POA

103 Miller Street | Level 2, Suite 2
Located within the podium building with direct lift exposure.

Fitout: No

Rent: $650

101 Miller Street, North Sydney

Contact us

Greg McManus Mirvac

Greg McManus

State Manager, Leasing - NSW


Emily Russell

Asset Manager


0424 969 262


Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.  

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