Building & Business Near Highly Visible Corner
Retail - TOOWOOMBA CITY QLD
Offers Over $795,000; Business $95,000 Walk In Walk Out Including All Stock, Fixtures And Fittings
Presented by Jacqui Walker Sells, this highly visible commercial site features a 40m x 10m freehold pitched-roof building with retail showroom, large warehouse, office, kitchenette & bathroom.
Two-street access is available from Ruthven Street and Mann Street, with a rear high garage door and a freshly painted roof.
The huge signage exposure on the southern boundary wall will powerfully propel your commercial tenant or your own business, contributing to a better yield or stronger lease.
The owner of this business presently operates the busy and successful Army Disposals shop at this site. This established, profitable business is also available for sale (with stock & fittings), however it can be separate from the purchase of this building
Run this business or move here or lease the site ‘as-is’ to a commercial tenant. Alternatively, split the building in to 3 tenancies or redevelop as office space.
FANTASTIC LOCATION – INSPECT NOW!
The ‘headline act’ to answer this question is the $1.6 billion Second Range Crossing, which addresses a recognised constraint in the National Land Transport Network. The completion of this project underpins economic modelling of an increase in economic activity in the region of $2.4 billion over 30 years. Construction of this project is now underway for opening in 2018. Among at least 50 additional projects approved or commenced, three particularly noteworthy developments include a major new industrial complex near the new airport at Wellcamp; the $500m QIC Grand Central Shopping Centre extension and redevelopment; and one of Australia’s first regional data centres commissioned by the FKG Group. Multiple inactivated laneways in the CBD have also been developed in to popular dining precincts – one of which has been reviewed as a ‘daily food and wine festival’.
WHY THIS PART OF CBD?
Unmissable to the eye from the prominent corner of James & Ruthven Streets, this site is situated near the Gladstone Hotel redevelopment & the $10 million Burke & Wills Hotel refurbishment. The Woolworths service station next door has recently been redeveloped, and this building offers unrivalled signage exposure to busy James & Ruthven Street traffic along the building’s southern boundary wall. Where else have you seen that lately?