Set on the waterfront level of Sub Base Platypus, the Submarine School offers converted industrial space ready for innovative and creative businesses to occupy as their new base.
The Submarine School spans two levels and approximately 2,100m2 of lettable floor space.
Internally, the building comprises of light industrial weight floors with exposed joists and double height central voids to two tenancies.
Externally, the building maintains its industrial character. The groundfloor comprises brickwork and glazing and the first floor comprises glazing and profiled metal cladding. The roof is divided into steel sawtooth roof trusses to the north, and a concrete slab flat roof to the south.
The northern and central sections of the Submarine School could suit uses such as forward -thinking office occupiers, including boutique co-work space, training providers and creative advisory sector. The southern end could suit sport and fitness or craft production.
Leasing opportunity: Office tenants will be provided with a serviced warm shell ready for fitout and occupation, subject to Harbour Trust Planning Approval.
Easy access to public transport: Sub Base Platypus is located 150m from North Sydney Ferry Wharf and 800m from Milsons Point Train Station.
Background: The diverse history of this site as Cammeraygal country, a gasworks, a naval torpedo facility, the HMAS Platypus submarine base, and now as an urban park, uniquely reflects the ongoing evolution and vitality of Sydney Harbour.
The first stage of the revitalised Sub Base Platypus site was officially opened to the public in May 2018. Stage one includes a waterside walk that connects the site with Kesterton Park and North Sydney Ferry Wharf and includes an overwater link, new submarine themed playground, BBQ and picnic area and access to the foreshore from Kiara close.
Building works across the site are now underway. New public spaces will be introduced including an open courtyard.
The revitalisation of Sub Base Platypus will open up the spaces of this former industrial site and integrate it with the neighbourhood.