105 Orbell Street, Sydenham / by Nat Voisey

Previously used as a commercial glass factory, 105 Orbell Street is a high profile 1950’s building with strong industrial character and street presence.

Completely re-purposed, we have put natural light, volume and character at the core of the design process to create a high value offering fit for entrepreneurial and innovative businesses. With a 6m stud height, the building offers tremendous volume with access directly off the street. The building is strengthened to above current requirements and inside, the building has a mix of exposed steel, concrete, new timbers, glass and existing industrial features such as a gantry crane, high pitched ceilings and mezzanine areas. The building is elevated from ground level giving it a greater street presence and the window displays more impact to passing traffic. Separate bathrooms will be provided for each tenancy as well as mezzanine areas for office or additional showroom space.

On site parking is provided undercover at the West end of the building, accessed directly off Disraeli Street. Also provided in this area is a loading bay, cycle parking and general rubbish area. There is additional customer parking on the street where there are time limited parks. We also intend to provide a Loading Zone area for additional drop off and pick up space, meaning client access and parking should be well catered for.

Once a local industrial glass factory, 105 Orbell Street is now fit for purpose and repurposed for the innovative businesses that can showcase and project to the world. A unique and high value proposition in an emerging area of the city.