Three Melbourne CBD car park investments listed

Three Melbourne CBD car park investments listed
Three Melbourne CBD car park investments listed

Three prime Melbourne CBD and St Kilda Road car park investments have come to the market, offering a rare chance to purchase assets within the sector.

Fitzroys agents Paul Burns and Chris James are marketing the three assets for the Deague family which are being offered for sale by EOI “in one line or separately”., and a total net income of more than $2.045 million per annum.

The assets include:

1 Queens Road (pictured in title), comprises six levels of car parks with 523 bays (650 when stacked), plus 61 storage units within the 14-level office and residential building, St Kilda Rd Towers.


452 St Kilda Road (pictured above, comprises three levels of car parking with 80 bays, plus three storage units, within a 21-level hotel and serviced apartments building.

480 Collins Street (pictured below), offering a generational chance to secure the only car park in the Melbourne CBD that has direct access from Collins Street. The asset comprises two levels of car parking with 74 bays (110 when stacked), within a 20-level office and hotel building located in the new centre of Collins Street.

Each asset is being offered with a long-term lease in place.

The tenant has operated a profitable car parking business in each premises over many years. “Commercial car park investments are likely to be particularly strong post-COVID. Employees will inevitably prefer driving to work as opposed to using public transport, and employers will secure parking bays to accommodate this preference,” Burns said.

“The tenants in these assets have committed to not seek any rent relief as a consequence of the COVID-19 situation, guaranteeing the purchaser a 100% return on their investment, without interruption. The secure lease agreements offer no vacancy risk for almost six years, and, if or when a lease expires, there are negligible re-leasing costs.”

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