Stockland’s Cammeray Square, Sydney acquired by Fortius for $39 million

Stockland’s Cammeray Square, Sydney acquired by Fortius for $39 million
Stockland’s Cammeray Square, Sydney acquired by Fortius for $39 million

Fortius has acquired Stockland’s Sydney lifestyle shopping centre, Cammeray Square, for $39.05 million reflecting a yield of 7%.

Cammeray Square services 1 million customers annually on Sydney’s Lower North Shore and is set over a 6,815 square metre corner site fronting Miller Street and Amherst Street.

The centre forms part of a mixed-use development comprising four buildings surrounding a central plaza, with retail tenancies situated on the ground floor, anchored by Harris Farm Markets and comprising 15 specialty shops and restaurants.

The upper levels are occupied by five commercial tenancies, including childcare operator, Only About Children, and a medical offering.

The fully leased site has a Weighted Average Lease Expiry (WALE) of 5.8 years by area.

Cushman & Wakefield’s National Head of Retail Investments, Nick Potter, and Senior Executive, Billy Dent, managed the expressions of interest sale on behalf of Stockland.

The sale of Cammeray Square follows a number of other neighbourhood centre sales in New South Wales within mixed-use or potential mixed use sites brokered by Cushman & Wakefield, including the sale of Abacus Property Group’s Liverpool Plaza shopping centre to a private development group for $46 million and, before that, the off-the-plan purchase of the Coles Crows Nest stratum in for $43 million.

Sam Sproats, Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director, Fortius Funds Management Pty Ltd said: “The acquisition of Cammeray Square is consistent with the firm’s investment strategy of acquiring well-located innerurban retail and mixed-use assets underpinned by diverse income streams that are supported by strong and growing catchments."

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