122 York Street Launceston TAS 7250
- Hotel, Motel, Pub & Leisure
- 860 m²
- Expressions of Interest
Fine Launceston Hotel - Development Opportunity
- Site 437 m2
- Building 860 m2
- Zoned "Central Business"
Built in the 1960s by Boags Brewery, 122 York Street was The Exchange Hotel and then became known as the St James Hotel, and was the accommodation of choice of the Governor when he came to Launceston.
Situated with good York Street frontage, it provides the main bar area, with the dining room previously converted to a nightclub. 8 Ensuited rooms are located on the First Floor, whilst a 4 bedroom managers accommodation has further use opportunities.
A solid construction of brick and concrete walls with all floors being concrete, and excellent service voids between ceiling and floors will allow for easy development.
Please contact Rob Dixon or Charles Black for further information.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
|Closing date and time||17/04/2020 16:00|
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|Floor Area||860 m²|
|Land Area||437 m²|
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|Last updated||20 Apr 2020|
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