Chinese buyers snap up $8.41 million of Sydney commercial property at auction

Chinese buyers snap up $8.41 million of Sydney commercial property at auction
Chinese buyers snap up $8.41 million of Sydney commercial property at auction

Two commercial properties in Sydney were snapped up by Chinese investors at a recent auction, with the sales totalling $8.41 million.

Porteno Restaurant at 358-632 Cleveland St, Surry Hills sold for $6,660,000 at a sharp yield of 5.36%.

Knight Frank’s Andy Hu and Linda Zhu brokered the sale of the property. 

The property is fully leased by the Porteno Restaurant, which has made it to the Gourmet Traveller national top 50 restaurants list and has won several awards, including The Sydney Morning Herald Chef of the Year in 2013.  

It features a ground and mezzanine level with an internal area of 750 sqm.

“Surry Hills is a growth area at the fringe of the Sydney CBD and a good investment location. The high-profile tenancy’s lease to Porteno Restaurant until 2020, plus a further five-year option, was a huge drawcard for investment," said Zhu.

"The property has three street frontages to Cleveland Street, Riley Street and Goodlet Lane, so has a prominent visual presence," added Hu.

 The second property, Shop 2, 438-448 Anzac Parade, Kingsford sold for $1,750,000 with a yield of 4.75%.

The deal was brokered by Andy Hu.

The property is tenanted by a retail chain on a stable lease, Yogurberry.

It comprises a ground floor, 138 sqm tenancy plus two underground, secure car spaces. It is located near the University of NSW.

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Sydney Commercial Auctions

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