Chevallum Industrial Park celebrates the recent completion of Toll Sunshine Coast’s $17 million logistics facility in South East Queensland.
Completion of the Toll Sunshine Coast logistics facility marks a milestone for the industrial park, which continues to attract the attention of well-known brands.
Occupying the largest site at the industrial estate, the build was a joint project by Lanskey Constructions and Gibb Group.
The Toll logistics facility sits on 1.8ha within Chevallum Industrial Park and features 532sqm of office space over two storeys and boasts a 5,000 sqm warehouse.
A 12-year pre-lease agreement provides Toll Sunshine Coast with the ability to consolidate operations into one strategic location which affords quick access to road networks servicing the broader South East Queensland region.
With Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne experiencing a decreasing supply of industrial land, Queensland’s industrial market experienced considerable increases in investor activity throughout 2019, with market indicators pointing to heightened tenant demand for larger footprint options.
Chevallum Industrial Park’s location adjacent to the Bruce Highway offers the ideal location for large companies to set up headquarters and is set to see it become a dynamic hub for business on the Sunshine Coast.
GeoDrill Australia and Sunshine Coast Coldstores are among other organisations to snap up sites at Chevallum Industrial Park, citing the central location and availability of large format lots as significant factors in their decision making.
Chevallum Industrial Park offers absolute build flexibility, thanks to no building covenants, no restrictions on the construction of freestanding buildings (STCA) and a broad range of allowable usages.
Transit through the precinct is easy with full B-Double access and 20-meter-wide roads.