Leigh Street, featuring a unique mix of ten character laden buildings, has been transformed to create a vibrant and dynamic location for a mix of businesses, shops and restaurants. Located in the Adelaide CBD, between Currie and Hindley Streets, Leigh Street has helped lead the way for Adelaide’s lane way revival.
54 Currie Street
Located on the western corner of Leigh Street and Currie Street, this four storey building with local heritage facade is in a prime location for office accommodation with all that Leigh Street has to offer on its doorstep.
27 Leigh Street
Standing on the western side of Leigh Street, Woodchester House is identified as a local heritage place by the Adelaide City Council. Home to Rigoni’s Bistro on the ground floor for over 30 years with four upper floors of office accommodation.
25 Leigh Street
This six-storey office building with basement c. 1966 is located on the western side of Leigh Street and is currently leased to a variety of tenants including international Japanese noodle bar, Ajisen Ramen.
15 Leigh Street
Behind its local heritage place facade, Aston House underwent significant internal refurbishment in 2010. Situated on the western side of Leigh Street, the building provides ground floor retail space with two upper levels of unique office accommodation.
5 Leigh Street
Built in the late 1970’s, Harmer House is located on the western corner or Leigh Street and Hindley Street and features a mix of retail tenancies on the ground floor as well as two upper levels of office accommodation.
8 Leigh Street
Rider Levett Bucknall Building
This heritage listed, former showroom features an ornate facade featuring large arched windows and extensive verandah. Situated on the eastern corner of Leigh Street and Hindley Street, the building includes retail and bar tenancies as well as two upper levels of office accommodation.
18 Leigh Street
Ever-popular Cos Restaurant occupies this local heritage listed building on the eastern side of Leigh Street. The building facade was originally constructed in 1879 and remains an elegant reminder of a bygone era.
20-24 Leigh St
Built on this eastern side of Leigh Street in 1886, Leigh Chambers is an older style two storey building featuring some of Leigh Street’s most iconic tenants including Alec’s Hairdresser and The Luggage Shop on the ground floor and the Lyceum Club in the upper levels.
26-28 Leigh St
Office of Architecture & Design South Australia
This historic stone building is located on the eastern side of Leigh Street featuring basement, ground floor and two upper levels of accommodation is home to the Office of Architecture & Design South Australia.
44 Currie Street
Hardy Milazzo Building
This historic building situated on the eastern corner of Leigh Street and Currie Street comprises ground floor retail tenancies and two upper floors of office accommodation. Formerly the Bickford Buidling, it has undergone significant refurbishment to create modern, light filled spaces.