The property - known as Building A, 31-39 Sturt Street - offers access via six roller and two sliding doors and benefits from high internal clearance of up to 7.6 metres and its close proximity to major arterial roads.
Mr Alessi said the previous tenant, Preference Floors, had engaged CBRE to provide advice pertaining to ending its lease 12 months ahead of the set expiry date.
“Securing a long-term, multi-national tenant provided significant upside for the lessor and allowed our client Preference Floors to surrender its lease with no penalty,” Mr Alessi said.
“SuperCharge was attracted to the property’s 7.6 metre clearance, allowing them to maximise their racking capacity, in addition to the excellent heavy truck access and immediate availability of the building.”
The lease commitment is for four years with a four-year option and was struck at a starting rental of $105/sqm gross + GST.
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