COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL
This vibrant West End Tower is one of Perth’s stand-out, energy-conscious commercial properties. After a major refurbishment in 2015, the building flaunts sleek amenities and energy-saving facilities to support high-class tenants and their clients.
|Terrace||250.6…||Now||Open plan space with a full entry, presenting as brand new. It would suit any retail, showroom or commercial/office where a public interface is required.|
|Level 1||860.7||Now||Open plan space with two new entries off Level 1, 863 Hay Street. It can be split into two tenancies of circa 420.0m2 each.|
|Level 2 East||531.7||Now||Open plan space that can be split into two tenancies of circa 260.0m2 each.|
|Level 8 West||541.9||Now||Fully fitted out and ready for leasing, this is an ideal project space with views of the Swan River and Kings Park.|
|Level 9 East||540.2||November 2018||Open plan space that can be split into two tenancies of circa 260.0m2 each.|
|Level 10 West||542.6||Now||Open plan space that can be split into two tenancies of circa 260.0m2 each, with views of the Swan River and Kings Park.|
Cloisters at 863 Hay is a striking piece of modern architecture, distinctly recognisable among the neighbouring buildings along Hay Street’s facade. Its arcade is one of the CBD’s busiest thoroughfares, joining St Georges Terrace and Hay Street.
|Level 1||122.4…||Now||An open plan, newly constructed space that has never before been leased. It provides good exposure to both Hay Street and 200 St Georges Terrace.|
|Level 7||153.9||Now||New construction, never before leased. A modern designer fit out with 14 workstations, a meeting room, collaboration workspace and break out area. Just cable and move in!|
|Level 8||1143.4||Now||Open plan new construction, never before leased. The tenancy can be split to suit individual requirements, with abundant natural light and lovely vista.|
Only a handful of heritage buildings are available for tenancy in the Perth CBD, with the historic Cloisters a stand out among them. Built in 1858, the Old Cloisters Building is one of the city’s historic structures. Built by Bishop Hale, Perth’s first Anglican Bishop, the Old Cloisters is home to a landmark Perth sculpture commemorating the role of Bishop Hale in the development of education in Western Australia.
|Ground Floor||115.5…||Now||Open plan, this stunning property’s distinct heritage frontage and superb location boast ideal foot traffic statistics throughout the seasons.|
The Cloisters complex is a highly sought-after business location.
The complex boasts slick amenities including:
- State of the art End of Trip facilities, complete with protected bicycle racks, modern shower and change rooms and drying and locker rooms,
- Secure underground parking,
- A retail and food hub with an expansive urban space, sheltered by an all-seasons operable glass roof,
- Lift and air-conditioning upgrades and,
- Ever-improving environmental practices with an ongoing commitment to sustainability.
See the full list of complex facilities here.
For all commercial and retail leasing opportunities, please contact any of the below: