White goods maker Fisher & Paykel relocates to Macquarie Park and Warwick Farm

Stephen TaylorJune 24, 20130 min read

Fisher & Paykel Australia has agreed to terms on two premises after deciding to relocate its head office and warehouse facilities, currently based at Lidcombe to two separate locations. 

The moves offer major competitive advantages, including a diverse industry base, excellent telecommunications and transport provisions. 

Based in Lidcombe for 13 years, the company will move its head office to Level 2, 5 Eden Park Drive, Macquarie Park in Ryde. The space is an A-grade tenancy with a high grade fitted out area totalling about 1,108 square metres. The lease term is just under three years, and the annual net rental is $320 per square metres. 

Fisher & Paykel’s warehouse operations will move to 28 Scrivener Street, Warwick Farm in Sydney’s industrial west. The modern, freestanding building of full height precast panels has an 8.9 metre clearance and a gross lettable area of 10,284 square metres. Truck access is via 10 roller doors: six sunken docks and four on grade doors. The rental rate is $82.65 per square metre net. 

The Macquarie Park deal was negotiated by Savills agents Darren Curry, Simon van Grootel and Adam Micola, and the Warwick Farm deal was negotiated by Darren Curry and Adam Micola, also of Savills.

“Both moves offer practicality and convenience for Fisher & Paykel," Darren Curry said.

‘’On the doorstep of Macquarie Park is the train station, cafes, restaurants and staff amenity, all of which are major drawcards for staff. Warwick Farm is well known for attracting logistics and freight companies due to its close proximity to the M5.’’

Stephen Taylor

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