Recruitment firms have been highly active seeking Sydney CBD office accommodation so far in 2013, according to Ray White Commercial.
Ray White Commercial Office Leasing Director John Skufris said the agency had already completed four leasing deals with recruitment firms with immediate commencement dates.
Mr Skufris said executive and advisory board search firm Hattonneale is relocating to the CBD from Mosman on Sydney’s lower north shore.
He said the firm had secured a 115.20 sqm office at Level 26, 25 Bligh Street, in a three year lease at an initial gross rental of $800 per sqm per annum.
“25 Bligh Street is a 31 storey office tower located in the city's core financial precinct and it is owned by the private property group, Kingsmede,” he said.
“The building offers quality office suites with on-site facilities including a gymnasium, squash court and storage space.”
Mr Skufris said in a separate leasing deal information technology and telecommunications recruitment firm Orbital Group has relocated to Level 9, 5 Hunter Street, also known as Leda House.
He said the premises was fully furnished, cabled, offering direct lift exposure with access to meeting rooms and a south facing outlook toward the Ivy Pool Club.
Mr Skufris said: "Orbital Group has signed a two year lease at an initial gross rental of $650 per sqm per annum.
“5 Hunter Street offered a genuine 'plug and play' opportunity conveniently located close to Wynyard Station."
Ray White Commercial Director (Office Leasing)
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Ray White is the largest real estate and property group in Australasia. The company, established in 1902 at Crows Nest in Queensland, has almost 1,000 individual offices spread across Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and India as well as newer offices in key locations in the Asian region and the United Arab Emirates. The brand is represented by more than 8,000 staff, has an annual sales turnover in excess of $30 billion and manages more than 300,000 rental properties.