Campbellfield Plaza shopping centre offered by JLL

Campbellfield Plaza shopping centre offered by JLL
Campbellfield Plaza shopping centre offered by JLL

The Campbellfield Plaza shopping centre in Melbourne’s northern suburbs will be offered for sale via an Expression of Interest campaign handled by JLL’s Simon Rooney, Stuart Taylor and Tom Noonan.

The Campbellfield Plaza is only 14km from Melbournes's CBD and was first built in 1983 before being redeveloped in 2004.

The 18,000 sqm shopping centre is anchored by Coles, Kmart, Aldi and Officeworks.

The centre is added to by 19 mainly non-discretionary specialty stores and a Kmart Tyre & Auto.

Positioned on Hume Highway and Mahoneys Road.

The centre provides a total land area of 5.863 hectares, coupled with a WALE of approximately 8.87 years (by area) and Net Income of approximately $4.6 million p.a.

The Campbellfield Plaza offering is provides the only 24 hour Kmart in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, in addition to primarily food & grocery based tenants and 822 car parking for customers.

Head of Retail Investments, Australasia Simon Rooney added “Small sub-regional shopping centres which are largely food, service and convenience-based remain highly sought after given the limited reliance on discretionary sales”.

“Campbellfield Plaza is also unique in that it offers a higher than average majors to specialty ratio when compared to sub-regionals that have come to market in recent years.” 

"We have seen $644.0 million transact in the year to date including the recent JLL sale of Sturt Mall to SCA for $73 m, Gateway Plaza Leopold to Charter Hall for $117.0 m, Toormina Gardens to Fort Street Real Estate Capital Fund III for $83.3 m, Grand Plaza Shopping Centre (50%) to Invesco Real Estate for $215.0 m, Brandon Park Shopping Centre to Newmark Capital for $135.0 m,” he noted.

Unlisted funds and offshore investors have driven acquisitions in the retail sector since 2013, having jointly accounted for 65% of activity.

Unlisted funds have acquired $4.1 billion of sub-regional assets since the surge in activity began five years ago, followed by offshore investors at $2.5 billion and REITs at $1.7 billion over the same period.”

He suggested that, “Victoria in particular, provides sound investment fundamentals with the economy underpinned by broad-based growth driven by strong growth in household consumption, tourism, infrastructure spending and business investment.”

Mr Rooney concluded by stating, "we’re expecting strong interest in Campbellfield Plaza due to its metropolitan Melbourne location only 14km from the Melbourne CBD, and strong investment fundamentals”

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