Sin City building in Surfers Paradise fetches $5.2 million

Sin City building in Surfers Paradise fetches $5.2 million
Sin City building in Surfers Paradise fetches $5.2 million

 A freehold that is home to popular Gold Coast nightclub Sin City has been sold by Ray White Commercial Gold Coast for $5.2 million.

The building, rented by Sin City, at 57/22 Orchid Avenue, Surfers Paradise, was sold post auction to a Melbourne-based investor.

The deal was brokered by Michael Willems of Ray White Commercial on behalf of Gold Coast night club kingpin Jamie Pickering. 

"The premises have been used as a nightclub since 1980 and Sin City has leased the property for the last 12 years. It is the busiest nightclub in the heart of the Surfers Paradise tourist strip," Willems said.

The building returns a net rental income of about $568,700 per annum.

“Sin City’s owners recently secured a new 10 year lease on the building with two five year options,” he added.

In January, Pickering told the Gold Coast Bulletin the sale was to help pay for a $50 million land development. “Need the money for development of Mackay, a 425-lot ocean frontage overlooking the gateway to the Whitsundays.” 

Willems said the building offered a net lettable area of 580 sqm and the site offered potential redevelopment opportunities subject to council approval.

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