Liverpool CBD office building offered with $50 million plus hopes

Liverpool CBD office building offered with $50 million plus hopes
Liverpool CBD office building offered with $50 million plus hopes

A commercial office building in the Liverpool CBD has hit the market with hopes of $50 millions plus.

The property at 211 Northumberland Street was originally purchased by the company as part of the Denison Portfolio.

ESR have appointed Colliers International's James Barber, Frank Oliveri and John McCann in conjunction with Ray White Commercial's Peter Vines and Victor Sheu to market the property.

The sale comes as ESR continue to realise the divestment of their non-core assets to focus on their growing industrial portfolio.

Sitting in the centre of Liverpool CBD, the 7,645sqm NLA building is fully leased to the NSW Government Department - Family and Community Services – until 2022.

ESR also sold a commercial building earlier this year in Campbelltown for over $19 million.

John McCann, National Director of Sydney Metro Sales, added that their recent $80 million sale of 1 Fitzwilliam Street in Parramatta represented a circa five per cent return.

“The purchase was via a first-time entrant into the market from off-shore. There's strong interest from off-shore buyers into Western Sydney given the government's decentralisation plans from the Sydney CBD and also the infrastructure spend,” he said.

“With Parramatta currently booming, investors are seeking the next hot spot and given its proximity to the new airport and billions of dollars being invested in infrastructure in the South West, Liverpool was a very good option,” said Ray White Commercial NSW - Western Sydney Managing Director Peter Vines.

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