Sydney's Fairfield fire station comes to market

Sydney's Fairfield fire station comes to market
Sydney's Fairfield fire station comes to market

The former Fairfield fire station, located at 3 William St, will go under the hammer on December 12 expecting to draw strong attention from developers.

The 955 square metre site is zoned for mixed use, providing a great opportunity for mixed-use retail, commercial, education and/or residential developments in the future.

“We had strong interest in the Cabramatta fire station that sold earlier this year, and we’re expecting a similar response in Fairfield,” said selling agent Harry Bui of Colliers International.

Fire & Rescue NSW recently relocated to their new premises at 198 Fairfield Road, Yennora, making the William Street asset redundant for them.

 Bui also sold the Cabramatta fire station in May this year. The property fetched $2.1 million and was bought by Asian investor, the Lu Group.  

 “Fairfield is well-located in Sydney’s west, and the site at 3 William Street is in a central position and provides the buyer with a host of opportunities,” added Bui.

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