Raw concrete warehouse heads for auction in Sydney’s Surry Hills

It’s a beaut

There’s no shortage of potential at this vast warehouse conversion in Sydney’s coveted Surry Hills neighbourhood, which is headed for auction this month with commercial and residential zoning.

The unspoiled space is level one of a six-level warehouse building, dubbed Project A. It clocks in at 214 sqm and is marketed as a two-bedroom, two-bathroom loft with raw, unfinished concrete floors, pillars and white-washed brick walls.

Raw concrete warehouse heads for auction in Sydney’s Surry Hills
Photography: BresicWhitney

Industrial steel-framed windows are intact, while the kitchen has been renovated, and the space has direct lift access.

The Surry Hills building is zoned for commercial and residential use, meaning it has several potential uses for its future life, including a spectacular live/work space. The Sydney property is set for auction via BresicWhitney at 2.15 pm on Saturday 24 October, with a guide price of AUD 2.65m.

Take a peek inside 1/46 Foster Street in Surry Hills.

Level 1 of 46 Foster Street in Surry Hills is for auction this month
Photography: BresicWhitney
Raw concrete warehouse heads for auction in Sydney’s Surry Hills
Photography: BresicWhitney
Raw concrete warehouse heads for auction in Sydney’s Surry Hills
Photography: BresicWhitney
Raw concrete warehouse heads for auction in Sydney’s Surry Hills
Photography: BresicWhitney

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