East Melbourne Offices Once Occupied by Paul Dainty, For Lease

EAST Melbourne offices once owned and occupied by rock promoter Paul Dainty have hit the market for lease.

A historic building at 14 – 18 Morrison Place, near the St Patrick’s Cathedral, is asking $100,000 per annum.

While occupied by Dainty, from the 1990s to about mid 2005, some of the world’s greatest acts including the Rolling Stones, were reported to have passed through the building.

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Kraft Foods to Sublease Prominent Port Melbourne Office, Ahead of Move to South Wharf

THE outgoing Kraft Foods building – one of the inner-city’s largest standalone offices – is for rent.
The high-tech suburban headquarters – built for but never occupied by Boeing Industries ten years ago, measures 10,230 square metres and includes 360 car spaces.
The 187 Todd Road office is owned by Challenger which reportedly paid Salta $46 million for it, and a 12,000 square metre office warehouse at 300 Lorimer Street in 2002. Kraft is relocating to new offices at South Wharf.

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