The Coffee Club in Redcliffe, Brisbane sold at a net yield of 5.88 per cent

The Coffee Club in Redcliffe, Brisbane sold at a net yield of 5.88 per cent
The Coffee Club in Redcliffe, Brisbane sold at a net yield of 5.88 per cent

The lowest yielding sale at commercial auctions this week was the $2.68 million sale of the retail property leased to The Coffee Club in Redcliffe, Brisbane.

It sold at a net yield of 5.88 per cent.

The retail property in Redcliffe (pictured above) is leased to The Coffee Club on a seven-year lease with another seven-year option.

It last sold at $1.75 million in 2006.

The waterfront property at 171 Redcliffe Parade will bring in about $156,000 – excluding GST – starting from September 1.

The Coffee Club was established 1989 and currently operates 400 stores in nine countries

The oceanfront reserve freehold property overlooking Redcliffe Pier offered long term redevelopment potential to 12 storeys (STCA).

The premises occupy 332 sqm on the 405 sqm block – plus exclusive use of street front alfresco dining area

There is rear lane entry accessing parking for up to six vehicles.

There are views to Moreton Island at the high traffic Brisbane seaside tourism precinct.

The neighbouring tenants include Chemist Warehouse, Vast Interiors, Subway and Banjo's.

The tenant pays all outgoings as per lease and 3% per annum rental increases.

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