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The 1,174 sqm site is located directly under the famed Coca Cola sign in Kings Cross. Image: Supplied.
  • Gross floor area is 1,174 square metres
  • Located on the city fringe, and close some of Australia's most exclusive postcodes
  • Sits directly beneath Kings Cross icon: Coca Cola sign

Located in Sydney’s back nine along Darlinghurst Road, 1,174 square metres are up for sale.

It isn’t any hole on the city fringe, it sits directly under one of the most iconic landmarks in Kings Cross: the Coca Cola sign.

Course overview

The 1,174 square metre site is situated at 82-94 Darlinghurst Road in Potts Point, a seven-iron away from the CBD, and a quick chip to Woolloomooloo, giving investors prime access to both business and pleasure.

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Holey Moley is part of Funlabs, the tenant for the site located directly under the Kings Cross Coca Cola sign. Image: Supplied.

It is also currently home to Holey Moley and the newly opened La Di Darts, the former being the phenomenon that has gone on to have its own reality television show and 32 venues across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.

From the commentary box

It’s all to play for, with a substantial amount of space available, said Colliers’ Miron Solomons:

“Representing one of the largest single floorplates in the city fringe, this is an incredible opportunity within a unique precinct that is continuing its gentrification.”

“With the nearby Omnia development now complete as well as the launch of the sales campaign for Iris Capital’s Queensgate at the site of the former Bourbon, there has never been a better time to invest in the precinct,” added Mr Solomons.

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Iris Capital’s latest development Queensgate has topped $121 million in sales, after an additional $20 million in sales during a holiday buyer blitz. Image – Supplied

Colliers’ Matt Pontey also noted that: “With a long-term lease established and the tenant, Funlab, having recently undertaken a substantial refurbishment and renovation of the premises, this will undoubtedly provide investors with comfort in the strength of the covenant and their long-term commitment to this iconic entertainment precinct.”

Stimp rating

While Darlinghurst Road might be a tad slow depending at peak hour, the site is only 50 metres from Kings Cross Train Station and has immediate access to William, offering an excellent and direct left break into the CBD with little resistance from the green.

The round is set to wrap up a month from now, with expressions of interest closing on 4 May 2022.

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Holey Moley is located just 50 metres from Kings Cross station, and a stone’s throw from the CBD. Image: Supplied.
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