Cushman & Wakefield is proud to exclusively offer for sale 54-78 Rosebank Avenue, Clayton South.
On offer is a rare opportunity for an astute purchaser to secure a substantial industrial land holding, utilising the existing building's or unlocking the significant development potential.
Located in the established and tightly held industrial precinct of Clayton South are two separately titled industrial facilities with significant land holdings.
The properties are being sold with vacant possession and can be purchased individually or in one line offering the successful purchaser flexible sites that: can be owner occupied can be redeveloped into multiple industrial facilities/ units (STCA) can be subdivided and sold off as a small land subdivision (STCA)
Property highlights include: Total land area of 32,190 sqm (3.219 hectares)* across two titles Flexible Industrial 1 Zoning Total building area of 13,744 sqm* Excellent access to road networks including Eastlink and Monash Freeway as well as immediate access to Westall Road and Princes Highway Two separately titled properties that can be purchased individually or in one line
Cushman & Wakefield welcome your interest in this outstanding industrial opportunity.
The properties are offered exclusively for sale via an expressions of interest sale campaign, closing 4pm (AEDT) Thursday 21 March 2019.
No open inspections scheduled.
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Block Size:3.22 Hectares*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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