Leda Holdings snaps up $8.45 million Yennora land parcel

Leda Holdings snaps up $8.45 million Yennora land parcel
Leda Holdings snaps up $8.45 million Yennora land parcel

Investment and development firm Leda Holdings has purchased a property in Yennora’s industrial precinct for $8.75 million.

The property at 51A-51B, Kiora Crescent is a 13,780 square metre site with development potential.

CBRE’s Elijah Shakir and Jason Edge, who negotiated the sale, said it was the final sale in the second stage sell-down of LOGOS Property’s Alcoa land subdivision. 

Shakir said the sale price which reflected a land rate of $635 per square metre, was a record rate in the suburb. 

“Yennora continues to strengthen as a highly desirable industrial precinct, with land rates increasing over 50% in the region over the past 24 months,” he said.

“LOGOS has played an important part in the area’s transformation and ongoing appeal with the staged subdivision of the former Alcoa site.

“The region has experienced a significant uplift through the land subdivision, with both owner occupiers and investors benefitting as they either redevelop, refurbish or submit plans to council.

“The future of Yennora has captured the imagination of a number of high profile investors.

“Recognising the area’s growth, Leda Holdings has been an active land purchaser in Western Sydney for a significant time, with this sale further demonstrating its desire to build up its development pipeline in the area.”

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