Bay Centre, 65 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont

The Bay Centre at 65 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont is an A grade commercial office complex comprising five office levels and ground floor retail. Developed by Mirvac, the building sits adjacent to Darling Harbour, providing city and harbour views and easy access to public transport. A recent architect-designed refurbishment of the ground floor foyer and end-of-trip amenities has delivered modern, stylish communal spaces. For those who cycle to work, the bike storage facilities have been completely revamped, with over 60 new bike storage racks available for use. A designated bike path and dismount area has been introduced, as well as hydration stations and bike maintenance equipment.

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End of Trip Facilities
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Onsite Parking
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Bicycle Storage
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Dining
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Retail
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Quality Office Space
Security
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Transport
GradeA Grade
Total Area15,931 sqm
Completion Date2002
Parking Spaces111
Ownership100% Mirvac Property Trust
Major TenantsJohn Holland, Australian Communications & Media Authority
Nabers Energy60
Nabers Water45
Availability
Level
Available
Area (sqm)
Ground Floor
Now
481.0
Suit office and retail. Spec suites being built. High visibility to Pirrama Road and Star City.

Fitout: Yes

Rent: $650

Floorplan: On request.

Ground, GL02.2
Now
185.0
Spec suite being built to provided. Reception/waiting boardroom, meting room, kitchen breakout and 18 workstations.

Fitout: Yes

Rent: $675

Ground, GL02.1
Now
256.0
Spec suite being built to provide reception/waiting area, boardroom, meeting room, kitchen/breakout, comms/IT and 24 workstations.

Fitout: Yes

Rent: $675

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Contact us

Corrado Ferraccioli

Senior Asset Manager

Mirvac

0404 884 331
Greg McManus Mirvac

Greg McManus

State Manager, Leasing - NSW

Mirvac

0421 614 083

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