One of Sydney’s most iconic buildings, home to two of the country’s leading restaurants.
The home of Sydney’s Rockpool Bar & Grill and Spice Temple, 66 Hunter Street is about to come to the market in what is expected to be a highly sought after campaign.
Positioned within Sydney’s iconic and historically significant City Mutual Trust building, the 2,019 sqm sqm site of the two restaurants is about to be offered to the market.
“66 Hunter street comes with long term leases to Australia’s most awarded chef, Neil Perry, who will continue to operate arguably two of the best restaurants in the country at this wonderful location,” said selling agent, Miron Solomons of Colliers International. “This is a very unique opportunity. The asset is located in the heart of Sydney’s financial district, and with such a highly regarded, long term and stable tenant in place it will always be highly sought after by a local and international investors. This is one of the strongest covenants in the industry.”
The asset is being sold by US based investor, David Doyle.
“The vendor has decided that selling this asset in the current market will free up capital for him to explore future opportunities,” said selling agent Matthew Meynell of Colliers International. “We have experienced extremely high demand for high profile assets with strong covenants such as this, from both local investors and international operators looking for a secure foothold in the Australian market. We’re expecting strong competition for this asset.”
66 Hunter Street will be sold via an international expressions of interest campaign closing 12pm, Wednesday 2nd March 2016.
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