Coles tenanted Alderley property offering

Coles tenanted Alderley property offering
Coles tenanted Alderley property offering

The ALDERLEY Coles has been listed listed through Colliers International.

James Wilson and Stewart Gilchrist of Colliers are selling the ALDERLEY site with a freestanding market-style Coles supermarket and Liquorland.

Offers close August 29 for the 1.25ha site, which is seven kilometres from the CBD and just 100m from ALDERLEY railway station.

It is fully leased to Coles on a new 15-year net lease, with four 10 year options.

The offering includes a separately titled adjoining 641 sqm parcel.

“With the market starved of blue-chip investment opportunities, Coles ALDERLEY meets every stringent investment criteria,” said James Wilson at Colliers International.

“Coles ALDERLEY offers an absolute premium covenant with strong trading figures, a 15-year net lease with Coles paying all outgoings, a new building with substantial depreciation allowances, and a prime protected inner-city location that features exceptionally high barriers of entry,” he added.

Coles ALDERLEY is the only supermarket in the affluent primary sector, "with an income higher than the Brisbane metro average.”

The supermarket opened in February 2017 after its design by Power Architects.

The full-line Coles supermarket comprises a lettable area of 4,410 square metres including Liquorland and 247 parking spaces.

Freestanding supermarket investments have become one of the tightest and most competitive markets among private investors, both onshore and offshore, with secure income streams and limited management requirements being key attractions, said Stewart Gilchrist, National Director, Retail Investment Services at Colliers International.

“In 2018 there have been only four freestanding supermarket transactions announced along the Eastern Seaboard, including Coles Sippy Downs and Coles Earlwood, demonstrating the rarity of these offerings.

"Campaigns of this calibre typically generate more than 150 enquiries, further highlighting the pent-up demand for high quality metro product such as Coles ALDERLEY.”

The supermarket giant secured the site in 2012 after developers ALDERLEY Square Pty Ltd went into receivership.

It has been using a controversial new policy to discourage people leaving cars in their parking lot when they catch public transport to work by charging customers $77 dollars if they stay in the parking lot a minute more than two hours.

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