New Norman Gardens Bunnings building to be sold

New Norman Gardens Bunnings building to be sold
New Norman Gardens Bunnings building to be sold

A modern Bunnings anchored retail complex in Norman Gardens, near Rockhampton, has hit the market through Savills.

Bunnings only moved into the Yaamba Road property in 2017. It is better known as being the old Masters Home Improvements site.

The 2013 developed complex has a long lease to Bunnings until 2030 with options to 2078.

Bunnings occupy over 76% of gross lettable area.

It is the only Bunnings in the area supported by a freestanding retail building which is currently tenanted to Autobarn, Freddy's Fishing World & Outdoors and Petstock.

The whole complex fully tenanted brings in over $2.6 million per annum.

New Norman Gardens Bunnings building to be sold

There are 448 car parking spaces on the property, 108 under shade sails.

It is located seven kilometres from the Rockhampton CBD and sees 25,900 vehicles pass daily, around 9.4 million annually.

Savills agents Peter and Jon Tyson have the listing. 

The Tysons sold Bunnings' former premises down the street just last year.

The 7,660 square metre building was sold for nearly $39 million.

It was sold in August 2018 and is now known as Red Hill Homemaker Centre which comprises over 25 retailers and a 500 space car park.

The likes of Harvey Norman, The Good Guys, Australia Post and Intersport have all moved in to the building, with tenancies still available through Knight Frank Rockhampton.

“The building would be readily adapted for reuse, with options including certain retail, large format retail or bulky goods uses, vehicle and outdoor sales, industry and self-storage uses," Tyson said before its sale.

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