A private investor is selling the top floor plus coveted rooftop of an office building at 140 Bourke Street, Melbourne.
Knight Frank’s Andrew Hansen, Jack De Lutis and Gellie Mendes are selling the property which is expected to attract offers of around $7 million.
The property has an area of approximately 620 square metres and includes six on-site car parking spaces. It is being offered to the market with vacant possession.
Knight Frank’s Andrew Hansen, Associate Director, Capital Markets VIC said that the offering was a rare opportunity to buy a fully fitted penthouse office with enviable 360-degree views plus air rights potential.
He added that they expected a high level of interest from owner occupiers and value-add investors due to the strengthening office rental market and ongoing demand for strata office opportunities located in Melbourne’s CBD.
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