Shark Fin House Building, Chinatown, Melbourne, To Sell for Some $7 Million

THE Little Bourke Street building that houses popular Chinatown restaurant Shark Fin House is for sale and expected to sell for about $6.8 million.

At 131 – 135 Little Bourke Street, the four-level building includes approximately 930 square metres of net lettable area, and sits on a 288 square metre block between Russell and Exhibition streets.

Built in 1987, the building returns annual rent of almost $400,000, and is leased until 2018 with a ten year option.

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Isaac Brott Sells Stawell Chambers For About $4 Million

STAWELL Chambers, the free-standing, historic office that was for years occupied by solicitor Isaac Brott, has sold.

The building at 493 – 495 Little Bourke Street, opposite the southern boundary of the Supreme Court in Melbourne’s legal precinct is speculated to have traded for about $4 million.

Days after an auction last Friday, a “sold” sticker appeared on a board outside the 121-year old, four-level 650 square metre office (pictured, right). But Savills directors Nick Peden and Clinton Baxter declined to comment on any part of a deal when contacted by The Age.

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