Locomotive Workshop, South Eveleigh

South Eveleigh’s A grade, Locomotive Workshop building is one of the NSW’s most significant heritage buildings. The adaptive re-use and redevelopment of the 1880’s-built Locomotive Workshop is now complete, and combines bespoke retail and approximately 23,000 square metres of modern infill office. The precinct is quickly emerging as a vibrant new destination for diverse dining, drinking, work, shopping and health & wellness. Independent supermarket, Romeo’s Food Hall IGA, offers the ultimate convenience, while two Bodyfit gyms, a pilates studio, yoga studio and multi-purpose sports courts promote easy work-life balance.

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End of Trip Facilities
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Onsite Parking
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Dining
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Childcare
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Onsite Cafe
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Retail
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Onsite Managers
GradeA Grade
Total Area25,000 sqm
Operating Costs$167.58/sqm
Parking SpacesAvailable in the Precinct
Ownership50% Mirvac, 50% Australian Retirement Trust
Major TenantsQuantium, Omnicom Group
Availability
Level
Available
Area (sqm)
Bay 15, level 1 and 2
Now
406.0
Prime 2 level tenancy with exceptional exposure to Locomotive St, heritage features and A-grade services & facilities. With areas from 400 sqm. This listing represents level 1 and 2 combined.

Fitout: No

Rent: $830

Bay 15, Level 1
Now
403.0
Prime tenancy with exceptional exposure to Locomotive St, heritage features and A-grade services & facilities.

Fitout: No

Rent: $820

Bay 15, level 2
Now
403.0
Prime tenancy with exceptional exposure to Locomotive St, heritage features and A-grade services & facilities.

Fitout: No

Rent: $840

South Eveleigh

Contact us

Greg McManus Mirvac

Greg McManus

State Manager, Leasing - NSW

Mirvac

0421 614 083

Edward Halstead

Property Manager

Mirvac

0466 644 970

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