35 George Street, The Rocks

For Lease

A rich history, an exciting future – become a part of The Rocks

 

Location: This building is situated in the heart of The Rocks precinct, which is currently undergoing a strategic revitalisation, breathing new life into the area and attracting Sydneysiders, office workers and tourists alike. The Rocks is arguably one of the most iconic Australian destinations. 

 

History & Heritage: This terrace is located within the iconic Sergeant Majors Row, constructed in 1881. The building is listed on the NSW State Heritage Register. The history behind this row of terraces represents the evolution of the area, shifting from residential use to the commercial and tourist precinct that we know today. Originally, they were used as single dwellings and boarding houses for nearly 100 years before the buildings became commercial and retail.

 

Building: Spanning over 2 levels, with 177 sqm in total, including 2 balconies and a rear courtyard. It has immense historic, aesthetic, and cultural value representative of a late-Victorian architectural style. The building retains late Victorian detailing with defining features such as Filigree façades, balconies, verandas and cast iron details.

 

Usage: This space would suit a café, small bar or restaurant.

 

Please contact Patrick Sergi on 0407 923 230 for more detail

77 George Street, The Rocks

George Street Location For Lease

A rich history, an exciting future – become a part of The Rocks

 

Location: This building is situated in the heart of The Rocks precinct, which is currently undergoing a strategic revitalisation, breathing new life into the area and attracting Sydneysiders, office workers and tourists alike. The Rocks is arguably one of the most iconic Australian destinations.

 

History & Heritage: This building is of outstanding Heritage significance listed on the State Heritage Register. A rare remaining example of the typical ‘shop-houses’ of the pre-gold rush era, constructed during a period of economic depression and therefore reflecting the austerity of the time. Forming one of 5 five sandstone cottages, this row is known as ‘Unwin’s Stores’ and dates back to 1846. Unwin’s Stores has particular significance for its association with early Chinese migration to NSW in the 1800’s, having housed a number of locally renown Chinese businesses.

 

Building: Prime George Street frontage, backing onto Kendall Lane. Approx 48 sqm in total, including ground floor rooms and upper level storage or office space. The original features have been exceptionally preserved: sandstone walls, timber floors, ceilings and decorative Colonial Georgian features.

 

Usage: Opportunity for Retail, Fashion, Art & Creativity, Homewares, Beauty, Health & Wellbeing offers.

 

Please contact Patrick Sergi on 0407 923 230 for more details

 

123 George Street, The Rocks

Iconic Location For Lease

A rich history, an exciting future – become a part of The Rocks

 

Location: This building is situated in the heart of The Rocks precinct, which is currently undergoing a strategic revitalisation, breathing new life into the area and attracting Sydneysiders, office workers and tourists alike. The Rocks is arguably one of the most iconic Australian destinations.

 

History & Heritage: Constructed between 1880-1882, this terrace forms a row of Heritage shops within 123-125 George St. The building is listed on the NSW State Heritage Register. The building served as shops and residences for nearly 100 years, until the precinct evolved to become the commercial and retail hub that we know today.

 

Building: Comprising of approx. 107sqm over 2 levels. Architecturally this building is a beautifully preserved example of a late Victorian shops and residences. It features Free Classical details with original timber floors, ceiling, doors and windows. Frontage to George Street and backing on to Bakehouse Place and Nurses Walk provides excellent exposure in a prime position on George St.

 

Usage: Opportunity for Retail, Fashion, Art & Creativity, Homewares, Beauty, Health & Wellbeing offers.

 

Please contact Patrick Sergi on 0407 923 230 for more details

 

7 Cambridge Street, The Rocks

For Lease

A rich history, an exciting future – become a part of The Rocks

 

Location: This building is situated in the The Rocks precinct, which is currently undergoing a strategic revitalisation, breathing new life into the area and attracting Sydneysiders, office workers and tourists alike. The Rocks is arguably one of the most iconic Australian destinations.

History & Heritage: Significant building with rich architectural history. This forms part of a site known as View Terrace that previously housed residential dwellings and warehouse art gallery spaces. This laneway location is accessed by Argyle St, and bordered by Cambridge and Gloucester Streets.

Building: Restaurant of approx 64 sqm, including kitchen, indoor and outdoor seating.

 

Usage: Café, Small Bar or Restaurant.

 

Please contact Patrick Sergi on 0407 923 230 for more details

102-104 George Street, The Rocks

Iconic Location For Lease

A rich history, an exciting future – become a part of The Rocks

 

Location: This building is situated in the heart of The Rocks precinct, which is currently undergoing a strategic revitalisation, breathing new life into the area and attracting Sydneysiders, office workers and tourists alike. The Rocks is arguably one of the most iconic Australian destinations.

History & Heritage: This former Coroner’s Court is a unique brick and sandstone building with prominent street frontage on to George Street. The building is listed on the NSW State Heritage Register. The site is straddled by Circular Quay West, George Street and Bethel Steps. This building has remained the earliest surviving Coroner’s Court in NSW, where some of the most notorious cases were tried. This was also the site of the first Visitors Centre in The Rocks. The lower ground space was originally a Morgue built during the same period.

Building: Approx 221 sqm of interior space. The building is an example of Federation Free Style constructed in 1907. Consisting of an entry porch, centrally placed former courtroom, hallways and witness rooms on either side. There is also an attic space and partial basement along the eastern side. The aesthetic features are exceptionally intact, including original timber doors and windows, and the iconic brick and sandstone arches on the exterior facade.

Usage: Would suit Retail, Fashion, Art & Creativity, Homewares, Beauty, Health & Wellbeing offers.

Please contact Patrick Sergi on 0407 923 230 for more details

Shops 23, 24 & 25 Rocks Square, The Rocks

Food Catering Opportunities For Lease

A rich history, an exciting future – become a part of The Rocks

 

Location: Centrally located in the Heart of The Rocks adjacent to the picturesque Playfair Terraces, this vibrant location provides the opportunity to trade 7 days

This area is also strongly activated with popular market days and various events which occur throughout the year

Opportunities include;

Shop 23 – Approx 49.0 sqm

Shop 24 – Approx 19.2 sqm

Shop 25 – Approx 49.0 sqm

Usage: Would suit Food Catering operators

Please contact Patrick Sergi on 0407 923 230 for more details

 

121 George Street, The Rocks 

Iconic location For Lease

121 George Street, The Rocks.

The historic 121 George Street, The Rocks consists of 2 levels totalling approximately 111.5 sqm plus a private courtyard fronting Nurses Walk and outdoor seating on George Street. The building is of historic and cultural significance. 

 

Location:  The building is situated in the heart of The Rocks precinct which is currently undergoing a strategic revitalisation, breathing new life into the area and attracting Sydneysiders, office workers and tourists alike. The Rocks is arguably one of Australia’s most iconic destinations. 

 

Heritage:  The building is part of a group of three terraces, facing Circular Quay and the Museum of Contemporary Art, and is of cultural and historic importance – a rare intact representation of late Victorian 19th century shop and residence architecture in the ‘Free Classical’ style with stucco detailing and decorative motifs.

  

Building:  The retention of elements such as part of the early oven and shopfront design, together with an 80 sqm courtyard backing onto the Nurses Walk retail strip, allows occupiers the opportunity to create their own unique space.

 

Suitability:  This space would be ideal for a Specialist Café, Restaurant, Small Bar, or quality Retail Store.

 

Please contact Patrick Sergi on 0407 923 230 for more details

Bankstown Airport, NSW

About this location

 

Landing Bankstown Airport is soon to become a bustling quarter of energy and life. Inspired from the community it serves, to create a place for all visitors to relax and enjoy. As a major economic and employment hub in the heart of Sydney’s south western corridor, Bankstown Airport supports more than 165 businesses, injecting almost $1bn into the NSW economy each year.

This vibrant gateway will soon be transformed into a thriving and diverse destination that connects, aviation, commerce, and community.

With 45% of Sydney’s population within a 30 minute drive and ample on-site parking, this 14,000 sqm of prime retail and commercial real estate, provides a unique opportunity to join a major precinct in Sydney’s growing south west.

Please contact Patrick Sergi on +61( 02) 9056 9971

 

Brochure attached – Landing Bankstown airport brochure

 

Lot 391/2 Bond St, Sydney

FOR SALE

United Property Services are proud to offer 391/2 Bond St, Sydney CBD (Entry Via 1 Abercrombie Ln) For Sale.

This rare location is surrounded by some of the most established and new to market Hospitality offers in the Sydney CBD including The Establishment, The Menzies Bar, Shell House, Palmer & Co, Mr Wong, and Dean & Nancy on 22.

The site offers approximately 42 sqm of space plus laneway seating, and the ability for all day trade.

For more information or to organise a private inspection, please contact Patrick Sergi on 0407 923 230

28 Harrington Street, The Rocks

Unique Heritage Listing

28 Harrington Street, The Rocks, forms part of the Reynolds’ Cottages, which have State heritage significance for their historical and aesthetic value alone. The buildings’ rarity and the sites’ ability to yield information about the previous occupation and development of the land further contribute to their State significance.

Reynolds’ Cottages are among the oldest domestic buildings remaining in Sydney, possessing an aesthetic quality which is representative of Colonial architecture.

They are extremely intact and rare examples of the very small number of Sydney houses from the 1820s and 1830s. The buildings have historic associations with a number of early Sydney individuals of interest for their prominence in local dealings in the first decades of the 19th century, as well as to the 20th century social activism in The Rocks through the tenancy of Abraham Mott and family (1934-71) and the advocacy of the Green Bans movement.

The site is of technical and research significance, as remains of a previous generation of structures are retained both below ground as an archaeological resource and above ground, with items such as the well, which predates the construction of 28-30 Harrington Street and the fabric of the cottage itself.

28 Harrington Street is currently vacant and would suit stores offering:

    • Gifts
    • Food & Beverages
    • Boutique retail

Please contact Patrick Sergi on 0407 923 230 should you require any further information.