Corporate Warehouse with Land For Sale in tightly held pocket25 October 2022
A corporate office/warehouse with additional land has been listed For Sale via Expressions of Interest campaign by NSL Property Group closing Thursday 1st December 2022 unless sold prior.
Currently occupied by national firm, The Office Fruit Group the 1,370 sqm building sits on almost 2,800 sqm of land.
Other key features include: ·
- Dual Roller Door Access
- Corporate Offices over 2 floors
- Drive through capabilities
- 20 car spaces on title
Office Fruit Group has a strong philosophy to support local growers and farmers, contribute to our local communities, and do everything they can to minimise or eliminate our impact on the environment.
This is just part of their strong commitment to ensure all facets of the business are conducted in an ethical and responsible manner, which serves to benefit the communities and the world around them.
When contacted about the listing, NSL Property Group Managing Director, Guy Naselli said “The prime inner west location coupled with the additional upside make this Altona North property a rare proposition”.
The property comes to the market after the recent acquisition by Sector Property Group as it continues to push into industrial land subdivision, launching its second major project this month at
HQ Altona located at 341-359 Kororoit Creek Road, near Millers Rd. Only 12 kilometres west of Melbourne, is set to make way for a 26 lot estate with the potential to accommodate over 32,000 square metres of product.
The business park will replace a 6.2 hectare distribution centre abutting Cherry Lake, which the developer and investor picked up off-market late last year.
The launch comes two weeks since Sector offered plots within its first industrial park, also branded HQ, at Epping, 20 kms north of the CBD.
With 16 blocks, the first stage of that project, parcels between 1557-2076 sqm, sold out for over $1000 per sqm.
“HQ Altona represents a unique opportunity to secure smaller industrial lots that lend themselves to a diverse range of commercial purposes,” Sector Property Group managing director David Loakes said.