Spring Hill tenanted strata office sold for $5 million

Spring Hill tenanted strata office sold for $5 million
Spring Hill tenanted strata office sold for $5 million

A tenanted strata office in Spring Hill, Brisbane has been snapped up by a private Sydney based investor for $5 million.

The sale of 170 Leichhardt Street makes it the biggest settled strata transaction so far this year in the Queensland capital. 

The 1,374 square metre office space on level two is tenanted by Imagine Education Australia for a seven-year term with a three-year option.

The offering also includes 22 square metre balcony area and nine car parks.

It was marketed via an expression of interest campaign by Sam Biggins and Tony Wang from Colliers International.

“This was the first commercial property acquisition for the high net worth Sydney-based investor who works in the finance sector,” said Biggins.  

“With current record low interest rates and decreasing vacancy rates in the Brisbane office sector, we are continuing to see interstate investors looking to Brisbane, attracted by the yield differential and growth prospects over the southern markets.”

Colliers International has transacted eight strata offices so far this year across the CBD and metro Brisbane.

The properties range from $500,000 to $5 million, averaging at $3,851 per square metre and an average yield of 7.88%.  

“Long term investors are backing the strata market, but sales to owner occupiers are also on the rise as the leasing market continues to improve in combination with record low interest rates,” said Wang.

“Strata office sales within the golden triangle precinct have performed very well. Within 97 Creek Street Colliers International’s Strata team have sold four offices so far this year ranging from 63 square metres up to a full floor of 638 square metres. One of the office investments had achieved a record 6.2% yield.”

Spring Hill Strata Office Market

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