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Key Facts

Year Built 2010
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Property Description

JLL is pleased to present to the market, 36-52 Duckworth Street - a modern, multi franchise automotive dealership with purpose-built showrooms, office and workshop facilities; and significant hard stand area for vehicle display.

The property is being offered for sale via Expressions of Interest closing Thursday, 19 March 2021 at 4pm (AEST).

Investment Highlights

  • Modern multi franchise dealership and service facility leased to Eagers Automotive (ASX:APE)
  • Net income $1,755,343* p.a. + GST with 5.3* year WALE
  • Favourable triple net lease structure with 3% fixed annual reviews
  • Modern showroom, offices and workshop facilities across 7,167sqm GLA
  • Significant 34,730sqm prominent corner site in strategic location
Last Updated Date: 29 Apr 2021
Tim Jones
Director, Capital Markets
Elliott O'Shea
Elliott O'Shea
Head of Metropolitan Sales & Investments - QLD

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Last Updated Date: 29 Apr 2021

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