Residents of property in Carlton may have heard about the City of Sydney's program to help boost creative spaces on Oxford Street, which was started in early 2012 and has been so successful it has been extended for another four years.
Lord mayor Clover Moore said the program was helping to support young entrepreneurs who would otherwise miss the opportunity to pursue these goals.
"The tenants have formed a strong creative community committed to the future of Oxford Street, and have had a significant impact on the area's cultural life and local economy," said Ms Moore in a 28 January statement.
Over the last few years, over 400 start up and micro-businesses have been established in the area, which has attracted over 60,000 people to the area.
"We're delighted to be able to extend the program for another four years and offer a new generation of creatives the chance to get their start in the industry."
This could be wonderful news for anyone looking to secure their own slice of the area and start working towards making their dreams of small business ownership become a reality. Get in touch with a local real estate to start investigating housing options in Carlton today.