Type
Office Building
Parking
30 spaces
Building Grade
B Grade
Levels
5

DESCRIPTION

45 Jones Street, Ultimo is a landmark building of significance - a cornerstone structure with its own blend of Australian history. Designed by the architect Herbert E Ross, who also designed the Commonwealth Bank Building in Martin Place, the original 5 level federation style warehouse was purpose built for the Co-operative Wool and Produce Company in 1899 on a former quarry site. By 1911 after additions including 2 floors, the building had a capacity for storage of up to 50,000 bales of wool making it the largest single wool store in Sydney at the time. The property was purchased by Toga Group in 2005 who then refurbished the building and upgraded its facilities and equipment using award winning architects Bates Smart. As a result of these works the building was recently awarded a 4.5 star NABERS Rating

Location

This area of Ultimo is thought to be difficult to reach through public transport - alas with the arrival of the light rail this is no longer the case. Plentiful public transport options like the Light Rail, Ferry, Train, Bus and Cycle Paths.

Available Office Space

  • Level/Suite
  • Floor Area (m2)
  • Timing
  • Fitout
  • Comments
  • Level/SuiteSuite 2, Level 6
  • Floor Area (m2)147.0
  • TimingNow
  • Fitout
  • comments- Partial fit-out, converted warehouse, high ceiling & open space

Contact agent

Charles Bowmer
charlieb@karbonproperty.com.au
P: 0478 725 182
Joshua Watts
joshua@karbonproperty.com.au
P: 0411 095 247
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