Breitling

With their current premises scheduled for demolition, Tenant CS was appointed to find Breitling a great space in a high-traffic location.

Client Overview

No. of projects:
Multiple Projects
Single Project
Size:
420 sqm
Locations:
Sydney
Location:
Sydney
Industry:
Luxury Watchmaker
Project Type:
Retail Relocation, Lease Negotiation
Project Types:
Retail Relocation, Lease Negotiation
About the company
Breitling is a Swiss luxury watchmaker based in Grenchen, Switzerland. The company was founded in 1884 by Léon Breitling in Saint-Imier and is known for precision-made chronometers designed for aviators

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At a glance

The Brief

Breitling was leasing a retail space in the Sydney CBD that was being demolished to make way for construction of the new light rail network.

Tenant CS was appointed to find Breitling a retail space that complimented their luxury brand.

The Results

Tenant CS undertook the following:

  • Coordinated Breitling’s compensation claim with NSW Government authorities following compulsory acquisition
  • Audit of the existing premises (including lease review and site inspection)
  • Needs assessment for the new facility
  • Sydney CBD market analysis and site selection
  • Building inspections
  • Financial feasibility of options shortlisted
  • Negotiation of lease terms

Despite a shortage of market options, Tenant CS found Breitling a new retail space that was in line with their brand and their preferred location.

As part of the negotiations, the landlord also agreed to provide a large fit out contribution.

'Highly recommended'

The Tenant CS team understand the importance of branding and customer traffic and also took the time to learn how our company operates. I highly recommend them.
Mathieu Brunisholz
Director, Breitling Oceania

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