18/08/2015 - 15:12

Allion Legal plans CBD move

18/08/2015 - 15:12


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Allion Legal plans CBD move
The new building at 863 Hay Street has an impressive facade. Photo: The Buchan Group.

Law firm Allion Legal is shifting from West Perth into the city, having signed a deal to take up a whole floor at The Cloisters.

Allion has committed to lease level nine of the new building at 863 Hay Street, which was completed earlier this year by construction contractor Probuild on behalf of Perth Diocesan Trustees.

The deal was brokered by CBRE office services director Lachlan Lewis, with net face rents understood to be around $615 per square metre.

Allion will move into The Cloisters in November.

“This is an example of a traditional fringe city tenant moving to the CBD,” Mr Lewis said.

“Drivers included a step up in corporate profile by moving to a new building in a CBD location, and the efficiency benefits that could be derived through space planning and the building’s cutting edge technology.”

Meanwhile, Viento Contracting Services has leased a new factory/office complex in Maddington, in a deal brokered by Ray White Commercial and MLV Real Estate.

The 10,125sqm site at 32 Allott Way comprises a 478sqm office and a 1,090sqm workshop.

“The balance of the property offers approximately 6,000sqm of hardstand,” Ray White Commercial Burswood managing director Russ Parham said.

“There are ample sealed car parks to the front of the property, which is close to the Tonkin Highway and has easy access to the Roe Highway.

“The Maddington industrial area is moving from a historical secondary location to a sought after prime location in the Perth metropolitan area due to its close proximity to the airport and major road systems.”

Viento’s 30-month lease has two renewal options and a net rental of $320,000 per annum. 


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