Romanous Construction is excited to announce the Benevolent Society - Australia’s oldest charity - is opening offices at The Avenue, Hurstville. The organisation is dedicated to helping people - especially carers, families with young children, older Australians or people with disabilities - overcome barriers so they can engage in society and live full lives.
The Benevolent Society has taken a 10-year lease for its offices in The Avenue, utilising 2200-square metres of Tower Two. The renowned charity follows closely behind MTC Australia in starting operations at The Avenue. MTC, an organisation which provides employment, learning and youth programs, has taken a seven-year lease on 650 square metres in Tower Two of The Avenue.
Set in a prime position in Hurstville’s Central Business District, this three-tower development has become one of the most sought after addresses for a diverse range of highly regarded organisations in southern Sydney, according to Romanous Construction Director Danny Romanous. Tenants include the Australian Tax Office, Guild Insurance, No Names restaurant and day care centre Little Sprouts.
“We are seeing strong demand from tenants who are moving out of older buildings into premium, better quality buildings such as these,” Romanous said. “The Avenue’s office space offers state-of-the-art facilities such as a fully-automated BMS-based air-conditioning system and access control and security, energy efficient design and secure basement parking.
“Hurstville has been known as a growing business centre for a long time. The Avenue is set apart from other buildings in Hurstville in that it has more high-quality finishes and facilities.”
The combination of premier office space, state-of-the-art building management facilities, five levels of underground parking, and close proximity to shops and public transport have made this an attractive address for businesses in Hurstville, according to James McKenny, Associate Director at Gunning
“Romanous Construction really left no stone unturned with this development and as a result, the property really does tick all the boxes for both tenants and buyers, with most tenants continuing to renew their leases and purchasers benefiting from strong capital growth, particularly in recent years,” McKenny said.
“Because of the flexibility of floor plates and uses, the development now benefits from a diverse occupancy mix, providing great convenience by way of an onsite café, a gym, a medical centre and a childcare centre in addition to the added convenience of being adjacent to Hurstville Westfield.
“The rest of the development is occupied by a range of medical and professional services as well as education services, which in turn has created a vibrant and collaborative working environment.”
Contact Gunning Real Estate to lease or buy office space at The Avenue.