257 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE Outstanding 86 SQM Retail Space in Adelaide’s Premier Fashion & Lifestyle Precinct – Rundle Street East
Take full advantage of this rare gem right in the heart of Rundle Street East.
This is Adelaide’s best retail high street offering unrivalled amenity – the vibrant Rundle Street East precinct, where all the action is and has always been.
The impressive retail space presents the perfect opportunity for a retailer to take full advantage of all the surrounding boutique fashion powerhouses. Surrounding neighbours include Morrison, FLANNEL, Nudie Jeans, Jack London, SABA, MJ Bale, Zimmermann, Leonard St, Miss Gladys Sym Choon, Tony Bianco, Gorman, Bauhaus, AJE, Baku and many more. Some of these key brands have been here for years, others are new, and some have recently created their SA flagships, including Zimmermann and Gorman.
This outstanding north-facing retail site offers an abundance of natural light from full height glazing to the front, four (4) generous-sized change rooms with luxurious full length curtains, a polished concrete floor, quality lighting throughout, various existing fittings, shop counter, wall mirrors, a store room, and spacious ceiling heights of over 3.3m. The tenancy also features fully ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning for year round comfort. It is virtually a case of a “walk-up start”.
There is loads of on-street parking, together with several nearby parking stations and the East Link Tram, directly connecting the East End to the City Centre, the West End, and into Glenelg and Bowden. Importantly, the East End is currently experiencing the biggest development boom in its history, with thousands of new apartments, hotel suites and student accommodation units set to be delivered over the next couple of years. All this, coupled with the world leading re-development of the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site into “Lot 14” – featuring the Creation & Innovation Neighbourhood, the Space Agency, Mission Control, the educational facility for Le Cordon Bleu and the eagerly awaited Indigenious Cultural Facility, provides an exceptional future for retailing in Adelaide’s most popular City high street.
The East End is also home all year round to a number of terrific festivals and events, most of which are held in the adjoining East parklands of Rundle and Rymill Parks, and including the Adelaide Fringe Club, The Garden of Unearthly Delights, Gluttony, WOMADelaide, Tour Down Under, Fork on the Road, Winter in the East End, Espresso Martini Festival, East End Wine Down, Beer n Bubbles, Ebenezer Night Markets, plus many others.
The space would be very well suited to a broad range of retail operators including fashion, gifts, homewares, and beauty.