Edible Blooms doubles Sydney office occupancy

Edible Blooms’ Beaconsfield office.

Edible Blooms has leased a Beaconsfield office previously occupied by Stylerunner.

The online hamper business is paying a speculated annual rent of $183,750 ex-outgoings and GST for a 490 square metre space within 494 Botany Road.

The company will relocate from a nearby 230 sqm tenancy with two car parks at 51-53 Bourke Rd, Alexandria.

Edible Blooms was founded in Adelaide 16 years ago by sisters Kelly and Abbey Jamieson.

It now has offices in Australia’s five biggest capitals, and offshore, at Auckland and London.

494 Botany Road

Savills’ Darwin Brooks with SQM Property’s Felix Lev brokered the Beaconsfield deal for Proton Property Group.

Edible Blooms has signed for an initial three years (story continues below).

The tenancy includes four car parks.

The two storey space contains high ceilings and a modern fit out, including concrete polished floors.

There are four car parks off a rear laneway.

“[The tenant] needed to expand due to their increase of work,” Mr Lev said.

“The existing fit-out…is ideal for Edible Blooms’ brand alignment,” Mr Brooks added.

Beaconsfield is about five kilometres south of Sydney.

Last December, Peak Equities paid Milligan Group $21m for a warehouse-converted-childcare centre and office at nearby 20-22 William St, in the suburb.

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Marc Pallisco

A former property analyst and print journalist, Marc is the publisher of realestatesource.com.au.