Lack of industrial development land in Brisbane western corridor spurs on sales in Carole Park’s last infill industrial land estate.
Uniplex Industrial Park, the last infill industrial land estate development in Carole Park has had four lot sales in the last two months, prior its completion. The 9.7ha estate comprises seven fully serviced and ready to build on lots, subject to local authority approvals.
Four lots totalling 3.23ha have contracted for $6.1 million to a local developer, a transport business and local civil contractor, and are due to settle in September this year. Cushman & Wakefield and Raine & Horne were involved in the sale of the lots.
Stewart Gamblin and John Slater from Colliers International are exclusively marketing the estate on behalf of Unison Projects who purchased the englobo site off the State Government and got the DA for an industrial subdivision last year.
Mr Gamblin said Uniplex is ideally located within the sought after Brisbane western corridor. “Uniplex offers a rare opportunity for owners and lessees to position their business in an industrial precinct previously thought to be built out.
“The estate provides centralised positioning to ensure an ease of access to existing trade suppliers, as well as direct access to the major transport routes and business hubs.
“We have very strong interest on the three remaining lots which range in size from 9,766sqm to 32,300sqm, and have the ability to develop facilities over 15,000sqm. Land is available for sale or design and construct purposes, to suit individual requirements.
Located on Mica Street, Uniplex industrial park has easy access to the Logan Motorway, Ipswich Motorway, Legacy Way and onto all major arterial routes. Just 19km from the Brisbane CBD, this precinct is one of the prime logistics regions of South East Queensland.
Some of the major distribution centres operating in the area are occupied by Blackwoods, Sunny Queen Eggs, Visy, Vulcan Steel, Cummins, Dunlop Foams and James Hardie.