241 O'Riordan Street, Mascot 2021

241 O'Riordan Street Mascot, NSW Australia 2020
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Key Facts

Year Built 1992
Tenure Type Freehold
Building Area

Property Description

As exclusive selling agents JLL, in conjunction with Colliers are proud to offer

241 O'Riordan Street, Mascot for sale via an an International Expressions of Interest (EOI) campaign closing 4pm (AEDT) Tuesday 23 March 2021.

Investment Highlights

  • Prominent A-grade asset with minimal future capex
  • Located in Sydney’s infrastructure core, directly opposite Sydney Airport
  • Exceptional tenant covenants, AA+ rated NSW
  • Government occupy 44% of the NLA
  • Passing net income of $9.709 million (GST exclusive)*
  • 98% occupancy** with a 3 year WALE (by income)
  • Net lettable area of 19,277sqm and basement parking for 401 vehicles
  • 5.5-star NABERS Energy rating


**Excluding carparking and signage

Last Updated Date: 03 Mar 2021
Simon Storry
Head of International Investments - Australia
Luke Billiau
Luke Billiau
Head of Capital Markets - NSW

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