Pharmacy Guild House

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15 National Circuit, Barton

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Pharmacy Guild House sits prominently int he parliamentary heart of Canberra. Featuring a strong, curved façade and bold architectural form, the building utilises bronze window frames and façade treatments to stamp its authority on the landscape.

Pharmacy Guild House has recently undergone extensive rejuvenation in all common areas. The modernized entry features a highly polished black Italian stone floor to complement the original marble walls. A geometric ceiling design with integrated lighting sets a common theme that is adopted in the internal stairwell and matching refurbished lifts.

Custom foyer joinery incorporates seating and tables to allow occupants the opportunity to comfortably sit for an informal meeting or wait to meet a colleague, with plantings and wood tones providing a calm and relaxed environment.

Rejuvenation works have extended to the outside, with the front of the building featuring new gardens and signage. The rear courtyard has received an extensive overhaul, with generous amounts of shaded seating and sharp landscaping. Central to the courtyard design is a pad with electricity connection for the use of food and drink vans. This feature provides tenants with a facility to host outdoor events for their staff and clients, whether it be a celebratory morning tea with a local coffee cart or relaxing drink from a cocktail caravan on a warm summer evening.

A modern end of trip facility is currently under construction. Once finished it will feature new luxury bathrooms with floor to ceiling partitions between each of the showers and integrated change cubicles. A central drying cupboard will allow tenants to hang their wet towels while keeping the bathrooms fresh and dry.

A vertical bicycle rack with a bicycle repair station is also being installed for the basic tools necessary to carry out simple bike repairs and maintenance for the convenience of tenants. With its exceptional location and considered upgrades, Pharmacy Guild House presents its tenants an opportunity to utilise its features to create a unique and exciting office environment.

15 National Circuit is currently achieving a 3.5 Star NABERS Rating.

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Details

  • Address

    15 National Circuit, Barton, ACT 2600

  • Block/Section:

    2/16 Barton

  • Levels:

    3 Levels / 1 Basement Level

  • Car Parking

    69 Basement Car Parks

  • Areas Available for Commercial Lease

Vacancies

  • Level 2, Suite 3 – 505m² 

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The Barrandi Centre

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16 Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra City

Sited on the western edge of the CBD, The Barrandi Centre at 16 Marcus Clarke Street presents a dramatic and award-winning piece of architecture. Built in 2009, this precinct offers its tenants an “A” Grade office space with efficient floor plate size, high quality base building amenities and high efficiency plant and services.

Sustainability is central to The Barrandi Centre’s design, with the building receiving a 5 Star Green Star Rating following construction and maintaining an excellent 5 Star NABERS Rating during the majority of its operation. This can be attributed to the north facing precast concrete-clad side core design acts as a solar screen, reducing the thermal load from direct sunlight during peak hours of the day, combined with efficient lighting and air conditioning services and careful building management.

The Barrandi Centre features a floor to ceiling articulated curtain-wall construction, which allows for an abundance of soft southern natural light and offers clear views of Parliament House and Lake Burley Griffin from its upper levels. Its efficient central built zone offers clear span office environments, as well as outstanding horizontal and vertical connectivity. Amenities include basement showers and lockers, secure bicycle spaces and a vibrant café space offering excellent coffee and meals.

Tenants also enjoy the close proximity to both the Canberra Centre and the entertainment and dining hub of New Acton. The building is also close to many nearby major Commonwealth Government Departments and ACT Government offices and services. Marcus Clarke Street also enables quick connections to Canberra’s major transport corridors to both northern and southern suburbs, as well as many nearby public transport links.  

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Details

  • Address

    16 Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra City, ACT 2601

  • Block/Section:

    1/92 City

  • Car Parking:

    85 Basement Car Parks

  • Levels:

    9 Levels / 3 Basement Levels

  • Fully Leased

Awards

Australian Institute of Architects (ACT Chapter) John Andrews Award for Commercial Architecture 2010

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