If you were to take a drive past the Central Coast Mariners Centre of Excellence a few weeks ago you would have found the historic Club Tuggerah at its entrance. However flash-forward to today and the old Club is there no more.
Changes are well and truly underway at the Central Coast Mariners Centre of Excellence, with the site now ready for the commencement of the office block construction in 2015.
Removal of Club Tuggerah officially began a few weeks ago, though Mariners owner Mike Charlesworth ceremonially commenced the demolition in late October.
The Mariners’ administrative block will not only play host to the Mariners and their staff, but will contain a childcare centre, cafe and gym.
Remaining space will be available to be tenanted by local, national and international businesses. 70 per cent of the six-storey complex has already been leased or has an exercisable option to be leased.
“Our vision is to turn the site into the business and sporting hub on the Central Coast. With the future planned development of a hotel and an extensive hospitality and function precinct, there will be no better location on the Coast to do business,” Charlesworth said in October.The office complex will create a wealth of jobs for local people, with some 1,000 people expected to work in the facility.
If you or your business are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity, please contact LJ Hooker Commercial Central Coast on 4353 7700 for more information.