11 Farrer Place is a modern, A-grade building located on the western side of Queanbeyan in New South Wales. Queanbeyan is just ten kilometres east of the Canberra CBD, making it closer than some of the ACT’s own suburban centres.
Farrer Place was built in 2008 and is a four-storey concrete and steel office building, which features a rooftop garden and terrace area, basement carpark accommodating up to 109 vehicles, and typical floor plates averaging 1,400 square metres. The building offers a net lettable area of 6,300 sqm, positioned on a 4,052 sqm parcel of land.
It has large, full height entry porticos to the east and west elevations with an internal design consisting of a completely open, flexible floorplate with two cores located at opposing ends. Adjacent to each core are naturally ventilated breakout spaces and meeting rooms.
The building was awarded the John Andrews Award for Commercial Architecture 2009 from the ACT Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects, and the Best Use of Steel Cladding 2008 from the Master Builders Association.
Farrer Place has a 5.0-Star NABERS Energy and 5.0-Star NABERS Water rating and is 100% leased to the NSW Government.
11 Farrer Place is held in the Cromwell Direct Property Fund. To gain exposure to 11 Farrer Place or for further information on Fund, click here, call Cromwell’s Investor Services Team on 1300 268 078 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
1 As at 31 December 2021