East Victoria Park
A new development located in East Victoria Park positioned between residential and industrial precincts
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF RUNNING YOUR BUSINESS IN ONE OF PERTH’S MOST CONNECTED LOCATIONS
Connecting your business
Bank Street connects your business to residential, light industrial, transport, education and much more. The new development offers four double-story buildings strategically located between two bustling residential and light industrial precincts.
Bank Street presents opportunities for operating commercial offices, professional health services, medical, retail businesses, cafes and restaurants. The four buildings have staff amenities, storage and designated car bays.
East Victoria Park
Bank Street design suitable for mixed-use and offers high visibility street frontage that’s perfect for showcasing your business to the local community.
Bank Street has visability from passing traffic traveling on Oats Street, which Is a location that has a Monday to Friday average of 12,598 passing vehicles. It is sure to suit café/restaurant, professional services and medical/health professionals. The permitted use of Bank Street Is rare In this location that provides an opportunity to access and provide services to a variety of local precincts.
Accessible location connecting
business to the community
The Bank Street development is in walking distance to education, rail and buses, residential and industrial businesses including easy access to Perth CBD, making it an attractive place to locate your business.
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The modern design of these four double storey buildings certainly stand out in this highly connected location. All feature staff amenities, storage, designated car bays and visitor parking.
Developed and built
by Norm Carey
Norm Carey is an Australian property developer. Norm’s career in the property industry spans over three decades. In that time Norm developed more than $2,000,000,000 in property projects all over Australia. The projects include high rise residential buildings, commercial and office buildings, hotels, independent retail stores and shopping centres, entertainment centres, medical and professional centres.