13/07/2017 - 13:14

John Holland to take KS3 tenancy

13/07/2017 - 13:14

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John Holland is finally preparing to shift its Perth workforce from Osborne Park to the city, nearly two years after the builder signed a 10-year lease for the entire KS3 office tower at Kings Square.

John Holland to take KS3 tenancy
KS3's food and beverage operators will likely welcome the news of new tenant John Holland. Photo: Attila Csaszar

John Holland is finally preparing to shift its Perth workforce from Osborne Park to the city, nearly two years after the builder signed a 10-year lease for the entire KS3 office tower at Kings Square.

Building and development applications lodged with the City of Perth last week include an application for illuminated John Holland signs at 10 Telethon Avenue, the street address for KS3.

John Holland has consistently declined to confirm whether it would move from its Osborne Park headquarters to KS3, however, the installation of signs would suggest a move will happen shortly.

The construction giant signed a 10-year lease prior to the building being completed in late 2015.

The nine-level KS3 has a capital value estimated to be around $45 million and comprises 5,675 square metres of office space.

Earlier this year, building owner DEXUS Property Group announced a wide range of hospitality tenancies for the tower’s ground floor, including a tavern to be known as Marketta, Japanese restaurant Ippudo, an Italian restaurant named Degani and V Burger Bar.

Surge Fitness has been operating on level three of KS3 since midway through last year, while coffee shop Brew Ha and lunch hotspot Eat House are also already established on the building’s ground floor.

 

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