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Make your mark with this exceptional Norwest business site

There’s nothing to do but move in and start building your brand

Sun, Mar 5, 2023 7:55pmGrey Clock < 1 min

It takes a certain kind of business to be ready for a site like this. With four executive offices, a boardroom, eight partitioned offices and a large open plan space ideal for workstations, this site at 705-707/12 Century Circuit Norwest ticks all the boxes for a business on the way up.

But it’s so much more than that.

With views overlooking the lake and local district, and a rooftop garden ideal for hosting clients or celebrating company events, it’s the kind of location that has the potential to place a business on the map. The light-filled spaces are offered on three separate strata titles, providing the option of leasing or selling what might be surplus to need. Alternatively, take all three and enjoy exclusive naming rights on the building. Zoned and temperature controlled reverse cycle air conditioning ensures thermal comfort all year round, while 26 security basement carpark spaces on title offer maximum convenience to staff and clients. 

The site is being offered as is, with a quality fit-out and high end furniture included. 

Located in the heart of Norwest, this exceptional office site offers immediate access to cafes, restaurants and Norwest Shopping Centre, as well as services such as bus and train stations, banks and child care.

Address: 705-707/12 Century Circuit Norwest

Inspection: By appointment only

For more information on this rare opportunity, contact Lebba Khater at Blueprint Property 0411 590 189



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In signs that confidence is returning to the Australian property market, the combined capitals recorded their highest preliminary clearance rates since April last year, CoreLogic reports.

More than 2,290 homes went to market across capital cities last weekend with early data revealing a 71 percent clearance rate. This compares with a revised clearance rate of 64.2 percent last week. It marks the second busiest auction week to date this year.

Melbourne led the way, with 1,122 homes taken to auction. Of the 916 results collected so far, 73.5 percent were successful. It was a similar story in Sydney, with 791 homes to go under the hammer. Preliminary results indicate a clearance rate of 71.5 percent.

The smaller capitals including Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra all experienced higher clearance rates week on week, with Adelaide out in front at 78.6 percent. It was a less spectacular result in Canberra, with a 59 percent clearance rate and in Brisbane at 56 percent.

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