Two Toowoomba industrial sites are up for grabs on Anzac Avenue which have served as the Toowoomba Regional Council works and administration depots for decades.
The properties, located at 156 Anzac Avenue and 177-185 Anzac Avenue, Harristown are being marketed by Ray White Commercial Toowoomba agents Craig Bradley and Peter Marks on behalf of Toowoomba Regional Council.
The 2.21 hectare property at 156 Anzac Avenue has a total building area of approximately 7661sqm including warehouses, offices, and storage as well as truck wash bays and the detached former SES building.
“Given the well-developed nature of this complex it ideally suits an owner occupier, with the benefit of leasing any surplus floor area, or an investor through conversion to a multi-tenanted storage and workshop facility,” Mr Bradley said.
“The site features moderate sealed hardstand areas for ample parking or storage requirements.
“In addition, there is no heritage listing or planning overlay pertaining to heritage on Council’s Planning Scheme.”
The 2.02 hectare site at 177-185 Anzac Avenue comprises an existing building footprint of 4,032sqm of which includes a 658sqm modern air-conditioned office block.
“The property exists in a gently sloping format and presents an excellent opportunity to secure a sizeable industrial development site,” Mr Bradley said.
“The parcel features a 119m exposure to Anzac Avenue plus 219m frontage to Stephen Street and is complemented by a generous hardstand and 3 entry points off Stephen Street.”
Mr Bradley said the market for industrial assets in Toowoomba had been strong.
“From an industrial perspective, the local market for existing stock is going from strength to strength given the substantial cost and timeframes required to develop vacant land,” he said.
Both properties are available for sale via Tender closing 4pm, Thursday, November 11.