Woolworths shopping centre in Noosa listed for sale

Woolworths shopping centre in Noosa listed for sale
Woolworths shopping centre in Noosa listed for sale

A Woolworths-anchored shopping centre in Queensland’s Noosa is on the market through Savills and CBRE.

The 86 Poinciana Avenue, Tewantin, Qld 4565 property is fully leased with tenants comprising leading brands such as Gloria Jeans Coffee, Subway and BWS.

The 3,106 sqm shopping centre was completed in 2006 and 80% of the gross floor area is leased to Woolworths and BWS. Woolworths is on a 20-year lease with options until 2046.

The shopping centre earns a net income of $1,022,294 pa and is in the “high street” precinct close to Noosa Heads, according to the property’s description.

The property was last traded in 2013 for $12 million, according to CoreLogic RP Data.

The shopping centre presents a rare opportunity to enter the tightly held Noosa market. It is for sale by expressions of interest closing November 10.

The listing agents are Jon Tyson and Peter Tyson of Savills and Joe Tynan and Peter Rossi of CBRE.

The Poinciana Place Shopping Centre, anchored by Woolworths, includes an additional 10 tenants – offering a long WALE of 8.05 years by area and 6.59 years by income.

Woolworths shopping centre in Noosa listed for sale

Earlier this year there was the $16 million sale of the Noosa Junction Plaza shopping centre on the Sunshine Coast.

It has been snapped up by OzProp, an acquisitive Queensland-based boutique property investment firm.

The neighbourhood shopping centre is at the gateway to Noosa Heads, anchored by a SUPA IGA supermarket and Target Country store.

The sale of the asset was negotiated by Peter Tyson, the third time he and Savills have sold the centre over many years.

A fully tenanted shopping complex at Tewantin on the Sunshine Coast sold at auction late last year for $6 million after being put on the market for the first time since it was built more than 20 years ago.

The Noosa Outlook Shopping Centre at 63 St Andrews Drive, Tewantin, was sold to a private investor by Ray White Commercial Noosa and Sunshine Coast North Directors Paul Butler and Paul Forrest on behalf of a local investor for a passing yield of 7 per cent.

Paul Forrest said the marketing campaign for the IGA Supermarket anchored shopping complex attracted almost 100 enquiries and there were eight registered bidders at the on-site auction.

“More than 50 people attended the auction and we had particularly strong interest from local investors who recognised the strength of the centre which is returning net rental income of approximately $421,000 per annum,” he said.

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