Industrial property in Brisbane's Citiswich sells for $3.78 million

Industrial property in Brisbane's Citiswich sells for $3.78 million
Industrial property in Brisbane's Citiswich sells for $3.78 million

A purpose-built OneSteel Reinforcing property in Bundamba’s Citiswich Business Park in Brisbane has been sold to a Sydney-based private investor for $3.784 million.

The 48 Hawkins Crescent property is spread over 5,586 square metres in one of Brisbane’s fastest growing industrial growth corridors.

The Citiswich Business Park is a retail and manufacturing hub designed to cater for heavy industrial users.

It is home to companies such as The Reject Shop, Australian Pharmaceutical Industries and Masters.

Sam Stewart and Shaun Canniffe of JLL Industrial brokered the sale of the property, which attracted close to 50 enquiries.

Despite being purpose built for OneSteel Reinforcing, the 2,045 square metre facility hosts a generic floor plate packed with features to suit a wide range of industrial users.

With a guaranteed income until September 2019, and high levels of long-term growth predicted in the area, the property offers attractive future returns.

“The buyer saw significant value in the sites proximity to transport infrastructure and direct exposure to the Warrego Highway,” Shaun Canniffe said. 

For vendor Investec Australia Property Fund, the deal was about exiting a non-core asset at a good price.

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