313 Portrush Road, NorwoodImpress Media Australia has a vacancy at its stylishly renovated office building in the thriving Adelaide suburb of Norwood.

Located next to the historic Robin Hood Hotel, the circa-1900 villa has undergone a $100,000 refurbishment as commercial premises, providing comfortable and quiet offices, with prominent signage on Portrush Road.

As well as on-site parking, the location offers the benefit of its proximity to the bustling heart of Norwood Parade and across the road from the Robin Hood, with its courtyard bar, licensed restaurant and convenient catering.

With reverse cycle airconditioning unit, the  room is tenant-ready with one-gigabit Category 6 network cabling. The office is accessed from the rear carpark through a  welcoming reception area and a central hall with Baltic Pine floorboards. While it is fully connected in an IT sense, this room has real privacy. The building includes two bathrooms and a meeting room with kitchen facilities which can be used as part of the tenancy.

The weekly rent is $250 including GST, plus shared cleaning costs. Rent for the office includes electricity, broadband and 24/7 monitored security coverage. You will join a well-established group of professional and friendly tenants including health and counselling professionals. The entire building is well-insulated against noise and temperature, making it both quiet and comfortable. 

For more information about renting this office, call John Harris on 08 8431 4000 or email john@impress.com.au.

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