Harp Village precinct, in Melbourne’s Kew East, is establishing itself as a key business hub – demonstrated by the arrival of A2 Milk Company and The Collective Worklab to High Street.
A2 Milk Company has secured a four-year lease term over a 480 sqm office suite from Stankon Nominees. The suite is located on 677 High Street and will be leased for $500 per sqm gross.
The Collective Worklab will lease a 320sqm, two storey office building from a private investor for $130,000 gross per annum. Located at 627 High Street, the building will be leased over a four-year term.
CBRE’s John Howell and Gianni Macdonald negotiated the two leases. Mr Howell said each lease was underpinned by growth in the respective companies.
“A2 Milk’s business continues to grow and was therefore driven by the need for an improved image and a new office space for its staff and clients,” Mr Howell said.
“For The Collective Worklab, the lease marks the opening of its first international office. The Hong-Kong based company was looking to expand into the Australian market and saw the area as a prime location considering the growth of co-working and serviced office space in Kew.”
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