First National in the News

​Penrith ‘Hungry for Factory Floor space’

​Penrith ‘Hungry for Factory Floor space’
Date: 29 August 2017

Michael Taylor of First National Commercial Stanton & Taylor (Penrith, NSW) reports that Penrith is hungry for factory floor space between 100 and 1,000 square metres. He recently leased 300 square metres of factory space with a mezzanine office space at 12/28 Anne Street, St Marys for an undisclosed sum. The new tenant, a local family business, intends doing mechanical and vehicle washing at the property.

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$6.2 Million in West End

$6.2 Million in West End
Date: 22 August 2017

In Brisbane, Hiep Nguyen of First National Commercial Metro reports the sale of a prominent building in the Boundary Street precinct of West End.
 

Read more Filed under: Media / National|QLD News Tags: boundary, brisbane, commercial, end, hiep, metro, nguyen, office, parking, retail, street, west

Strong Outlook for Sunshine Coast

Strong Outlook for Sunshine Coast
Date: 15 August 2017

Amber Hackworthy of First National Commercial Coastal on the Sunshine Coast reports that sales remain strong, leasing activity is gaining momentum, and industrial development is really ramping up. Expectations are for a very strong market in 2018.

Read more Filed under: Media / National|QLD News Tags: 2018, coast, coastal, commmercial, development, industrial, mezzanine, office, space, sunshine

​Striking Gold in Bendigo

​Striking Gold in Bendigo
Date: 8 August 2017

Tom Harrop of First National Commercial Tweed Sutherland reports the sale of an older style house/office standing on 759 square metres of land – zoned ‘Commercial 1’ in Bendigo

Read more Filed under: Media / National|VIC News Tags: 1, bendigo, commercial, golden, harrop, high, house, office, square, street, sutherland, tom, tweed

Transport the Most Active Industry in Port Hedland

Transport the Most Active Industry in Port Hedland
Date: 1 August 2017

Richard Hamlin of First National Commercial Hedland (Port Hedland, WA) says commercial sales and leasing has increased throughout 2017, with the transport industry being the most active.  Rents, however, have dropped by an average of 50%, and poor quality properties with substandard infrastructure and/or small land areas have fallen in value by over 70 per cent.  However, a limited number of buyers continue to show interest in ‘one-off’ special use properties. 

Read more Filed under: Media / WA News Tags: banks, builds, deposit, heavy, hedland, in, industry, infrastructure, mortgagee, new, port, possession, properties, special, transport, use
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