London State Building
678 Victoria Street,
This project, completed in late-2017, comprises the redevelopment of the former State and Carlton Theatre buildings. The building was originally constructed in the early 1930s as the State Theatre and operated until the early 1990s when it underwent a substantial redevelopment for a local real estate agency.
The property now encompasses a three level commercial building situated on the corner of Victoria and London Streets, within Hamilton’s commercial precinct. It is a well-established location offering a high profile from Victoria Street and easy vehicular access for staff and customers alike, providing visibility to approximately 16,000 vehicles per day.
The ground floor encompasses approximately 500sqm which has been subdivided to accommodate two tenancies - NAI Harcourts and HD Geotechnical. A 115sqm tenancy for Silverton Alexander was constructed at the front of Level 1, which also accommodates secure covered car parking. The third floor has also been divided to house Harrison Grierson and GoBus Transport.
As with all our commercial developments, Stark Property delivered turn-key office solutions for all tenancies within the building.
Amenities and features
Architecturally designed refurbishment with new cutting-edge internal fitouts.
125% NBS Seismic Rating.
Total lettable area of approximately 1,250sqm, with the potential to divide into separate tenancies, when required.
Fully leased within 18 months.