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Northgate’s newest freestander nearing completion

AN IMPORTANT step has been taken in the delivery of a brand-new office/warehouse facility for lease or sale at 8/62 Crockford Street, Northgate.

The 2,001sq. m development site, jointly marketed by Castle Property and Ray White Commercial Queensland, now has the walls tilted with completion expected in the next several months.

Ray White Commercial Queensland’s Director – Brokerage Services Paul Anderson said the property was a real opportunity for astute investors and tenants.

“All of the available land at Northgate has been traded. This is the only freestander available for sale or lease currently under construction,” Mr Anderson said.

“The storage available is a real positive. A racking supplier has designed a layout demonstrating approximately 1,195 pallet spaces. The minimum 8-metre clearance and the column-free nature of the facility provides this efficiency.”

Ray White Commercial Queensland’s Senior Executive – Brokerage Services Andrew Doyle said the access on the development provided a real point of difference to most other sites.

“The developer has opted for 8-metre-wide roller shutters and this allows users to forklift lengths of product such as aluminum in and out of the warehouse,” Mr Doyle said.

“Brand new space provides a company many benefits; secure tilt panel construction, corporate presentation, and brand new mechanical services, providing more efficient power consumption.

“The estate offers an onsite licensed cafe, proximity to retail amenity and is within walking distance of Banyo Train Station.

“Crockford Street is a feeder off Nudgee and Earnshaw Road, offering direct connectivity to the Gateway Motorway and Airport Link Tunnel Network.”

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