Healthy agriculture attracts businesses to Perth

Date: 9 May 2017
Healthy agriculture attracts businesses to Perth
According to Cambell Giles of First National Commercial Giles Jones (Midland, WA), healthy agriculture business is creating demand for good-sized industrial properties from farming suppliers.
 
A vacant property in Bellevue recently attracted a ‘surprising number of enquiries from businesses wanting to be accessible to wheat-belt farmers’ says Mr Giles.
 
Although leasing activity in the first quarter of 2017 has been a little quiet, First National Commercial Giles Jones signed 32 new leases in the closing months of 2016. Industrial and retail leasing remains subdued but demand for small to medium office space in the health and disability services sectors is strong.
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