Thirsty Camel will quit a rented headquarters at Hawthorn East for an office it will own at South Melbourne.
The independent bottle shop chain, established 15 years by publicans, has paid $3.5 million for the two level self-contained space, part of a triple storey building at 143 Cecil Street, diagonally adjacent to South Melbourne Market.
The asset includes c510 square metres of A-grade area configured with a reception area, boardroom, meeting rooms, kitchen and male and female toilets.
It also features a 40 sqm courtyard on the second floor.
The title includes seven basement car parks too (story continues below).
Jones Real Estate’s Luke Peric brokered the deal.
Thirsty Camel will upsize from a 211 sqm tenancy at 785-789 Toorak Road – a former IOOF investment – occupied since 2019.
Before that, it was based at a warehouse converted office at 13-21 Vale St, North Melbourne – a strata co-owned since 2002 by the Victorian Primary Principals Association and Victorian Association of State Secondary Principals Inc.
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