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, T18/1A/35-39 Smith Street, Darwin City

The Darwin Galleria – A hive of activity

Two extremely affordable showroom/shop tenancies, perfectly positioned in a highly visible location. The Smith Street Mall, The Galleria is Darwin CBD’s busiest food court and fashion hub. Boasting nine popular specialty food outlets, arguably the best coffee in Darwin, an AMCAL Pharmacy, Nail Salon, Florist, Sterns Jewellers, OPSM, Just Jeans and other fashion retailers.

The popularity of the Galleria will provide great potential trade for your business with large volumes of prospective trade visiting the center on a daily basis and additionally large volume passing trade on the West Lane Entrance daily.

- Two Tenancies over 50m2 T18A & T18B or combine them both.

- Large volume potential trade

- Located in Govt Office precinct

- Adjacent to Hilton Hotel

- Well positioned in CBD

- Great signage opportunities

- Glass frontage

- Frontage to West Lane

- Fully air-conditioned

- Attractive incentives & Terms

- Impeccably maintained common areas

Both tenancies are fully air-conditioned, one has frontage to West Lane giving customers unlimited access.

Leasing starts at less than $575 + GST per week INCLUDING outgoings.

A generous fit out contribution is available for a tenant that needs assistance.

Car parking is available in nearby Westlane Carpark for $14 per week.

$575 p.w + GST

ID# 41052112535

Property Type Office/Showroom, Retail/Shopping centres/Petrol stations
Building Area 51 sqm (approx)
Date Available Now

Shun Hatton

Shun Hatton
08 8942 8942
0414 282 100

Cameron Charles

Cameron Charles
08 8942 8942
0412 733 795

The above information has been furnished to us by the vendor of each property. We have not verified whether or not that information is accurate and have no belief one way or another in its accuracy. We do not accept any responsibility to any person for its accuracy and do no more than pass it on. all interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquires in order to determine whether or not this information is in fact accurate.