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$159AUD / Month
5,000円 / 月
Market Street is a prime A Grade tower located in the west of Sydney’s CBD.
Built in 1978, this 26 level tower has undergone regular modernisations and refurbishments, achieving a NABERS Energy rating of 5.0 and a NABERS Water rating of 3.5.
Tenants and visitors can enjoy the convenience of many on-site retailers and services, including a quality café, post office, dentist, major banks, health care services and childcare centre.
Many of Sydney’s landmark attractions – including Hyde Park, Westfield Shopping Centre, Queen Victoria building, and SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium – are just a stroll away.
Building occupants include Australian Super, The Swedish Trade & Invest Council, Essential Energy, Finance Services Council, ME Bank, Marubeni, JCB, Australia Bureau Of Statistics, and the Italian Consulate General.
Located within minutes walking to Town Hall and the Queen Victoria Building bus stops, this building offers excellent transport connections.
In-house amenities include concierge, secure bike storage, showers, change rooms, lockers, Westpac bank on ground level, and secure car park.
Tenants are only moments away from Sydney Town Hall, Barangaroo Precinct, New South Wales Crime Commission, Administrative Appeals Tribunal, NSW Trade & Investment, Tourism Australia – as well as local and international retail outlets, Westfield, entertainment venues, and banking facilities.
15-20 minutes by taxi from Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport.
5 minute walk from Town Hall Station.
10-14 minute walk or short taxi ride to High Street Wharf.
5 minute walk from QVB Bus Terminal
For a low monthly fee your business can take advantage of our investment to allow you to:
Servcorp offices are located on level 26 (the top floor) of Market Street.
Level 26 features traditional Chinese themed art by a number of renowned artists. This includes a collection by artist Hui Hu depicting the Hong Village World Heritage site in An Hui Province. Hu uses special ink and watercolour on rice paper and silk to evoke ‘the most beautiful mountain village in China’.