265 Rundle Street, Adelaide (corner Ebenezer Place)

Constructed in 1928, this significant East End building has its origins to the famed Charlick family who founded the Adelaide Fruit & Produce Exchange Co. Ltd (New East End Market) in 1904, and also ran Charlick Bros. and William Charlick Ltd.

This historic, character-style building in the heart of Rundle Street East was completely refurbished in 1996, and was extended by a further two floors in 2011.  Known as the “Charlicks Building” it is an iconic East End landmark.

Building

5-level office building including ground floor retail plus basement storage

Land Area

240 sq.m

Lettable Area

937 sq.m

Other major tenants have included

  • Shaw Lawyers
  • JL Lawyers
  • Arabella Branson Solicitor
  • MT Lawyers
  • Commonwealth of Australia
  • Maras Group
  • Rundle East Company
  • Consulate of Uruguay
  • Zimmermann
  • Jack London
  • InfraPlan
  • Adelaide Fringe Festival
  • Showpony Advertising
  • Ottomans Café
  • The Red Sea on Rundle
  • Silk Restaurant