Adelaide's Hollywood Plaza retail centre sold for $13 million

Adelaide's Hollywood Plaza retail centre sold for $13 million
Adelaide's Hollywood Plaza retail centre sold for $13 million

A private South Australian investor has paid $12.95 million on a 7.57 per cent yield for Moelis Australia’s Hollywood Plaza Large Format Retail Centre at Salisbury Downs in Adelaide’s outer north.

According to CBRE Director Investments Justin Dowers who brokered the Expressions of Interest deal with Mark Wizel, Kevin Tong, and Michael Fenton, the property attracted significant local and international interest eliciting seven formal offers.

The asset features include, full occupancy, the integrated nature of the six tenancies and space available for future expansion.

It is located opposite the Hollywood Plaza shopping centre.

The fully leased, 8080 sqm centre, returns an annual net income of $980,000 from six separate tenancies including Cheap as Chips, Supercheap Auto, Salvation Army and Anytime Fitness, with a WALE of 5.8 years.

Mr Wizel said the 3.7 hectare site presented investors with significant value-add or expansion opportunities, including mixed-use development, due to the low 22 per cent site coverage.

Mr Dowers said some positive news regarding the South Australian economy was also noted by purchasers.

"South Australia is currently experiencing a period of growth buoyed by significant investment in key sectors including the ship building program and the $5 billion investment in the largest teaching hospital in the Southern Hemisphere, projects which are expected to benefit the state for decades to come," he stated.

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