New tenants sign up for office building at 256 Adelaide Terrace.
The office space left vacant at 256 Adelaide Terrace by former tenants Shell Australia, Fugro and Aurecon is gradually being whittled down with Colliers International negotiating two new tenants for the building last month.
Colliers International Associate Director Office Leasing Daniel Taylor said Minnovare Mining and Civil, which would be relocating to the city from Bentley and JDK Legal Services were the latest businesses to lease office space at 256 Adelaide Terrace.
“The landlord is working with tenants to modify the building’s layout and has also invested in a new foyer and bathroom upgrades,” Mr Taylor said.
“While tenants are taking advantage of lower rents on offer in the city, good fitouts are also high on their priorities as is easy access to amenity and transport.”
Mr Taylor said three, high-quality fitted out floors at 256 Adelaide Terrace previously occupied by Shell before it relocated to its new WA headquarters at Kings Square, were still available for lease.