For Lease

Shop 17, 12 Sangster Place, WANNIASSA ACT 2903

  • Building Area 90 m²
  • Rent Contact Canberra Commercial

Prime Commercial Opportunity in Wanniassa Shopping Centre

Highlights

  • Retail Opportunity
  • Wide Purpose Clause
  • Vibrant Commercial Hub

Description

Wanniassa is well-equipped with essential amenities, including local shops, supermarkets, cafes, and restaurants, catering to the everyday needs of its residents. Its proximity to larger shopping centres and retail precincts ensures easy access to a wide range of services and products.

space nestled in the heart of the bustling Wanniassa Shopping Centre.

Unit 17 boasts an ideal location for a retail operator positioned directly opposite the prominent Coles supermarket. This ideal location promises high visibility and foot traffic, ensuring your business is unmissable to potential customers.

While currently utilitised as a storage unit, Unit 17 can be used for a range of various purposes, such as a retail store, a hairdressing salon, or even a restaurant.

This property's strategic positioning within the established shopping precinct of Wanniassa offers an exceptional chance to become part of a vibrant and well-equipped commercial hub. The surrounding shops already host a diverse range of businesses, including a butcher, a chemist, a petrol station, car servicing facilities, and more. The synergy of these varied services creates a dynamic destination for shoppers and ensures a steady flow of potential customers to the area.

Moreover, the convenience extends to ample parking spaces available within the Wanniassa shopping precinct. This convenience ensures an effortless shopping experience for visitors, offering the reassurance of easy and guaranteed parking facilities.

Don't let this chance slip away, contact Ben Owen or Abby Fulton at Canberra Commercial today to discover more about this extraordinary leasing opportunity.

Pricing

All prices are indicative plus GST (if any).

Estimated Outgoings

$12,000

Building Area 90 m²

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