Property Overview

AMP Tower

1 Hobart Place, Canberra City

The AMP Tower is located in the middle of the legal commercial precinct close to the ACT Supreme Court, Magistrates and Tribunal Court building, Federal Court, Family Court and the AAT.

The building has undergone a total refurbishment in recent years and presents a good opportunity at an affordable price.

Australian Automobile Association House

103-105 Northbourne Ave, Turner ACT

Hedley Property Investments developed the Australian Automobile Association House building in the late 1980’s to a groundbreaking design by renowned architect Brian Foskett.

The glass curtain exterior facade and full height atrium provide the trendy “high-tech” image sought by corporations that wish to portray a 21st century image.

Archtis House

3/10 National Circuit, Barton ACT

Archtis House is located in the Parliamentary precinct at the intersection of Brisbane Avenue and National Circuit. The building comprises two levels of basement carparking for 145 cars, a ground floor and three upper levels. It has large floor plates in excess of 1500m2.

During 2003 the building underwent a comprehensive refurbishment to bring it up to full compliance with the Building Code of Australia. A coffee shop and outdoor eatery is located on the ground floor.

1 Farrell Place

I Farrell place is located in the City West precinct on the corner of Marcus Clarke St and Farrell place.
The building consists of a ground floor and seven upper floor and a basement Carpark.

It has very close proximity to all the various Law Courts in Canberra and across the road from the City Police Station. The building has undergone a full base building refurbishment and all floors have fantastic natural light.

AMP Tower

AMP Tower

1 Hobart Place, Canberra City

The AMP Tower is located in the middle of the legal commercial precinct close to the ACT Supreme Court, Magistrates and Tribunal Court building, Federal Court, Family Court and the AAT. The building has undergone a total refurbishment in recent years and presents a good opportunity at an affordable price.

Australian Automobile Association House

Australian Automobile Association House

103-105 Northbourne Ave, Turner ACT

Hedley Property Investments developed the Australian Automobile Association House building in the late 1980’s to a groundbreaking design by renowned architect Brian Foskett. The glass curtain exterior facade and full height atrium provide the trendy “high-tech” image sought by corporations that wish to portray a 21st century image. The Australian Automobile Association House building has won an award from the Property Council, along with a commendation from the Royal Australian Institute of Architects.

1 Farrell Place

1 Farrell Place

1 Farrel Place, Canberra, ACT

I Farrell place is located in the City West precinct on the corner of Marcus Clarke St and Farrell place.
The building consists of a ground floor and seven upper floor and a basement Carpark.

It has very close proximity to all the various Law Courts in Canberra and across the road from the City Police Station. The building has undergone a full base building refurbishment and all floors have fantastic natural light.

Archtis House

Archtis House

3/10 National Circuit, Barton ACT

Archtis House is located in the Parliamentary precinct at the intersection of Brisbane Avenue and National Circuit. The building comprises two levels of basement carparking for 145 cars, a ground floor and three upper levels. It has large floor plates in excess of 1500m2. During 2003 the building underwent a comprehensive refurbishment to bring it up to full compliance with the Building Code of Australia. A coffee shop and outdoor eatery is located on the ground floor.

AMP Tower, Canberra City

Australian Automobile Association House

Fyshwick Self Storage

Archtis House