Savills sell Palm Beach McDonalds for $8.525 million

Savills sell Palm Beach McDonalds for $8.525 million
Savills sell Palm Beach McDonalds for $8.525 million

A retail property, comprising a McDonald’s and 7-Eleven service station, that fronts directly onto the Gold Coast Highway at Palm Beach on the Gold Coast, has been sold for $8.525 million.

Set on a 3,011sq m corner site, the property is located at the intersection of 19th Avenue, the major east-west intersection at Palm Beach.

The property was sold by Jon Tyson and Michael Harcourt of Savills to a local private investor following a marketing campaign that generated over 250 enquiries and eight offers.

The sale reflects a sharp yield of 5.46 percent.

Jon Tyson said the Palm Beach property presented an extremely rare retail offering, 100% leased to dual national anchor tenants and with exposure to more than 34,000 passing vehicles daily.

Savills sell Palm Beach McDonalds for .525 million

He said both McDonald’s and 7-Eleven have both occupied the site since it was developed in 2001.

They are secured on long-term net leases with fixed annual rental increases.

The sale represents the first time the property has been offered to the market.

Palm Beach is located on the southern Gold Coast, approximately 14km south of Surfer Paradise and just 10km north of Coolangatta Airport.

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