L9 Nishi Building, 2 Phillip Law Street, NewActon, Canberra

L9 Nishi Building, 2 Phillip Law Street, NewActon, Canberra

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Office Details

  •    Closest Junction: Parkes Way
  •    Closest Airport: Canberra International Airport

Office Description

For an environment and atmosphere which promotes a distinct business image, you need a flex space solution supported by cutting-edge IT, dedicated teams and a global interconnected network. We push the boundaries of what shared workspace means to businesses and provide a trusted environment where you can grow and succeed.

We offer fully furnished soundproof serviced offices with leading IT and communications infrastructure. Our flexible Coworking hot desks and dedicated desks with sneeze screens in the stylish collaborative space are perfect for individuals and small teams. Access to a modern and fully-fitted kitchen with free tea, coffee and fully-stocked refreshment bar, plus shower facilities and breakout areas are all available for your convenience.

Our dedicated platform means you can book a meeting room in any of our 160+ locations around the globe with ease. With all of our flex space options, you will get a membership to our exclusive online community where you can network and collaborate with over 60,000 like-minded professionals and creatives. Enjoy the benefits of a flex space from one of the most prestigious addresses in Perth overlooking views of the city and beyond. Book a tour today and see the difference for yourself.

Location

The Nishi building is an award-winning sustainable building in Canberra’s NewActon design precinct.

The building boasts spectacular views across Lake Burley Griffin, the National Museum of Australia, the Telstra tower and the new Parliament House.

Private sector building occupants include Clayton Utz, State Super and Molonglo Group. A number of Australian Commonwealth Government departments are also tenants, including The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, and Safe Work Australia.