* First class facility on one hectare site (10,000 sqm) with over 2,800 sqm under roof * Air-conditioned office area with boardroom, separate staff amenities block with kitchen, showers and sickbay * Cold room, high ceilings, grease trap and a diesel generator for power back up * Low loading docks and undercover work areas * Ample parking for customers and staff * Highway exposure with two street drive through access * Owner incentives for long term lease
Knight Frank (Cairns) is an independently owned office within the Knight Frank global network, servicing Far North Queensland in all its commercial property requirements.
Knight Frank (Cairns) has been successfully operating for over 32 years and incorporates three departments into the one office; a vastly experienced valuation department, a high level investment and facilities management division and a commercial sales and leasing department.
Knight Frank (Cairns) is able to provide a more accurate assessment of the local property market due to the combination of services which it offers, combined with the commitment of a team of highly professional, experienced staff who are supported by state-of-the-art research, technological and administrative resources.
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Property Type:Commercial Land
Block Size:10000 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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