1. Original timber floorboards, brick and sandstone walls
2. Exposed timber ceilings up to 4.2 metres in height
3. Multiple secure independent floors of approx 170 - 175m2
283 Clarence Street is a stunning warehouse heritage steel framed building built in 1910. Regarded as Sydney's first skyscraper, the steel beams are manufactured by the same company who supplied the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The building has undergone an extensive internal and external refurbishment including:
- Complete upgrade of brick facade with tuck and point work and new copper flashings
- Restoration of the original steel framed windows which are operable to allow fresh air flow
- New glass fronted lobby with vaulted ceilings, polished granite and concrete floors
- Security Intercom system to every whole floor tenancy
- Two brand new passenger lifts to service all floors from basement to roof top restaurant
- Original hardwood floors sanded back to original timbers and treated with tongue oil
- Sandblasted brick walls exposing the rustic original surfaces from 1910
- Exposed timber ceilings showing the original timber joists and beam
- Refurbished original steel columns now painted grey
- Brand new exclusive male and female toilets on each floor, new kitchenette
- Lessor to install roll down blinds on all windows
- Ducted skirting and base building power and data installed throughout
- Polished concrete floors on each lift lobby
- Base building NBN installed
- Common shower facilities in basement
This is a rare opportunity to secure a whole floor in a beautiful heritage building.
To arrange a private tour please enquire above.