Modern commercial office building on the historic industrial waterfront in Mort Bay, in the blue-chip suburb of Balmain. Connected to the land is a 10-berth commercial jetty/marina, able to accommodate a fleet of large vessels.
Building services include disabled 340kg capacity lift, male and female amenities with shower facilities, concrete and steel construction jetty/marina, ducted air conditioning throughout, recessed fluorescent lighting automatic sliding gate and perimeter steel fencing.
Historically a blue-collar suburb, Balmain was one of the premier industrial centres of Sydney in the 1800s. Gentrification of Balmain began in the 1960s due to it’s waterfront location and proximity to Sydney’s CBD, however many aspects of its industrial past and iconic sandstone buildings have been retained as heritage.
The popular retail strip known as Darling Street, includes a host of shops, including, Witchery, Lululemon, Decjuba, Seed, Aesop, Mecca and Stem.
Dotted around the suburb are some of the finest restaurants and pubs in the Inner West. Places of note include The Fenwick, the London Hotel, Efendy, Contessa Balmain, The Balmain Hotel, the Bald Rock Hotel, East Village Hotel, the Cat and Fiddle, Rosso Pomodoro, Bertoni Casalingo.
An affluent stylish suburb that’s renowned for its pub, café and shopping culture. 47% mature & established, 21% independent youth, 10% older independent.
Balmain is serviced by extensive bus and ferry services, with direct access to the Barangaroo, Circular Quay and other major transport hubs.
12 Minute Walk
20 Minute Bus
6 Minute Ferry
11 Minute Ferry
12 Minute Walk
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