Melbourne's last 2018 CBD offering of 2018 is a historic Queen Street building

Melbourne's last 2018 CBD offering of 2018 is a historic Queen Street building
Melbourne's last 2018 CBD offering of 2018 is a historic Queen Street building

Melbourne's likely last significant CBD offering of 2018 is a one of Queen Street’s trophy buildings.

Colliers International’s Oliver Hay, Daniel Wolman and David Sia have been appointed to manage the on-site auction campaign for 438 Queen Street.

Set on 1,440 sqm the property is expected to sell for more than $7 million.

The property is being sold by David Tweed, a controversial stocks predator who gained notoriety more than a decade ago through his practice of making unsolicited off-market offers to unsophisticated investors to acquire their securities at prices well below market value.

“With so few freestanding assets hitting the Melbourne CBD market, we’re expecting developers, investors and owner-occupiers to all be after a piece of the city’s history,” Mr Hay said. 

The corner property located in the heart of Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market Precinct and Elizabeth Street 24-hour Precinct has triple street frontage spanning 69 m and is zoned for Capital City 1.

“These characteristics present scope for the building to be used as a powerhouse office headquarters, hospitality or student accommodation/hotel,” Mr Hay said. 

The property is for sale by auction on 13 December.

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