Stomping Ground Brewing Company sign 10 year lease at Morris Moor

Stomping Ground Brewing Company sign 10 year lease at Morris Moor
Stomping Ground Brewing Company sign 10 year lease at Morris Moor

The popular Stomping Ground Brewing Company, is set to open its second brewpub in Melbourne’s South East.

The independent brewery has signed a 10-year lease with Melbourne property investment and development firm, up property, to secure its place at their Morris Moor development in Moorabbin.

The team behind the popular Collingwood brewery and beer hall have secured a 630 sqm building as well as an accompanying permit, which will see the transformation of Moorabbin’s 60-year-old Phillip Morris manufacturing site.

Once home to mechanical facilities that serviced the entire 6.27 hectare site, Stomping Ground has plans to convert the existing building into a small brewery, beer hall, event space and large beer garden.

There is 400 square metres of outdoor area connected to the building as part of the lease.

Stomping Ground’s planned brewpub is set to become the anchor for the 3,080 square metre hospitality precinct at Morris Moor.

Morris Moor was designed by multi award-winning architects Genton, working in consultation with award winning architecture and interior design firm Techne.

Stomping Ground Brewing Company sign 10 year lease at Morris Moor

The wider Morris Moor masterplan includes over 50,000 square metres of leasable mixed- use spaces across an existing eight buildings.

Managing Director, Adam Davidson said, “the vision and masterplan for Morris Moor is coming to life with the premium refurbishment of the prominent 5000sqm corner office nearly complete and already 90 percent committed, with construction also underway for the 120 place Childcare centre on Chesterville Road."

“As the site begins to take shape there has been a dramatic increase in leasing enquiries and traction from prospective tenants. We are currently negotiating 14,000sqm over 11 tenancies, further emphasising the demand amongst the local community for a multi-purpose urban destination,” Adam added.

The first spaces were ready to occupy late last year, and there are already 65 business’s located at Morris Moor, including start ups, technology and design focused companies.

Other tenants secured for Morris Moor, include Kids Club childcare centre, Clik Collective co-working & co- warehousing facility and Schots Home Emporium, Melbourne’s much-loved furniture retailer who has already opened their 4,140 square metre showroom facility to the public at 19 Cochranes Road, Moorabbin.

up property is currently seeking occupiers for available hospitality and office spaces.  

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