MySize’s Andrew Nissen offers piece of Cremorne’s historic Rosella complex

Incoming occupiers will share the Cremorne building with landlord, MySize owner Andrew Nissen.

MySize managing director Andrew Nissen is offering a substantial warehouse-converted-office for lease, in Melbourne’s trendy inner east Cremorne.

The 1916 square metre area forms part of the red-brick Rosella Complex at 6 Palmer Parade, near the bottom of the suburb, Sussan Corporation’s headquarters and Yarra River.

Considered A-grade quality, the fit out includes exposed red brick walls, high ceilings and industrial style lighting with partition-separated desks, boardrooms, meeting zoned and open plan spaces.

It is available in configurations from 245 sqm, Colliers International’s Chris Meehan and Damien Adkins with Morley Commercial’s Josh McMullin and James Lie, said.

No rate is being advertised, however space of this quality is known to rent for in excess of $500 per sqm, pa, ex incentives.

Mr Nissen holds substantial property in the area including 5 Stewart St, opposite Richmond train station, which cost $4.5m in late 2018 and was last year rented to Sony Music as its headquarters.

With shoe retailer Peter Wittner, the businessman last year acquired an office with development upside at 71-73 Balmain St, Cremorne (coincidentally part of this building is also for lease).

In 2018 this pair successfully auctioned a small four-storey commercial building at 11 Heffernan Lane in the Melbourne CBD for $6.3m.

My Size is based on the second storey of 6 Palmer Pde.

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