11/08/2014 - 13:27

CBRE kicks off leasing at Kwinana Supa Centre

11/08/2014 - 13:27

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CBRE kicks off leasing at Kwinana Supa Centre
An artist's impression of the completed Kwinana Supa Centre.

Commercial real estate agency CBRE has launched a major retail leasing campaign for the under-construction Kwinana Supa Centre.

Once complete, the Kwinana Supa Centre will comprise 12,500 square metres of retail space, and is located adjacent to the recently redeveloped Kwinana Marketplace Shopping Centre, which is set to be the home of the first ALDI supermarket in Western Australia.

CBRE’s Richard Cash and Alex Gismondi are the exclusive leasing agents for the centre, which is being built by Buckingham Developments.

The first stage is set to be complete by October.

‘‘Initial tenant enquiry has been very strong with four tenants already committed to stage 1 and a number of tenants looking to secure tenancies within the balance of the first stage,” Mr Cash said.

Meanwhile, a warehouse in Maddington has been placed on the market for lease through commercial agency Colliers International.

The property is located at 33 Valencia Way and comprises a 1,400sqm warehouse and 320sqm of office space, with the total site area exceeding 8,100sqm.

A hardstand and laydown area with crane facilities are also on site, which is being offered for lease by Colliers International’s Wayne Chorley and Jeremy Parasiliti.

“Maddington is emerging as a popular alternative to Welshpool for industrial users – it’s only 10 minutes away, but rents are generally more attractive than what’s on offer in Welshpool and there’s less traffic in the area, which adds to its appeal as an industrial precinct,” Mr Parasiliti said.

“There’s a shortage of large scale industrial properties available for lease in the Maddington area, and quality premises are moving quickly.”

Also today, Colliers has listed a warehouse and office facility in Welshpool for lease, asking $675,000 per year.

The property, which is suited primarily for transport and logistics firms, is located at 17-21 Fargo Way and is owned by Lysoss Investments.

Colliers International executive of industrial sales and leasing Andrew Fife said the last tenant vacated the premises after it shut down earlier this year.

 

 

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