ACCESS ALTONA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE

ACCESS ALTONA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE

ACCESS ALTONA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE – LOCATION, DESIGN & FUNCTIONALITY

2_Access Altona Industrial Estate 300 x 250 1_Access Altona Industrial Estate 300 x 250

 

This is a unique opportunity to lease two brand new, high quality office / warehouse facilities within the impressive Access Altona Industrial Estate, Altona.

 

Key features include:

 

• Offering office / warehouse facilities ranging from 6,628 sqm to 20,221 sqm.

• Full B-double compliant hardstand covered by a 32m super awning

• Multiple recessed loading docks and on-grade loading doors to each building

• Separate car and truck access with multiple crossovers.

• ESFR sprinkler system with shared tank / pumps for reduced outgoings

• Environmentally Sustainable Design (ESD) features

• Practical completion anticipated for December 2013.

To view this property please click on http://www.realcommercial.com.au/500731667

For further information contact the agents below.

 

Frank Knight

 

 

 

 

 

Matt Crofts

M: 0433 112 540

E: matt.crofts@au.knightfrank.com

 

Joel Davy

M: 0411 109 876

E: joel.davy@au.knightfrank.com

 

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Pierre Ghougassian

M: 0422 052 134

E: pierre.ghougassian@ap.jll.com

 

Lincoln Reynolds

M: 0457 930 093

E: lincoln.reynolds@ap.jll.com

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