Kraft Broadmeadows subdivided, selling down

The former Kraft Foods factory in Broadmeadows has been subdivided as a business park – and is now being sold down.

Broadlink Industrial Estate, as the 10 hectare property is now branded, includes 25 lots off a new street, Kraft Court.

It is estimated end product worth a total of $25 million could be constructed.

Functions previously undertaken by Kraft were moved to offshore.

Its former Broadmeadows factory has been retrofitted and split into five lots – only one which is for sale.

Kay & Burton director Gerald Delany is behind the project; he paid about $15m for the site last year.

One of his other ventures, The Fresh Cheese Company, has relocated to the ex-Kraft site after outgrowing a Brunswick property.

Tom Davis Industrial Property Consultant director Tom Davis is marketing the Broadlink Industrial Estate land.

Killen Thomas Industrial Commercial is co-agent for the warehouse.

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Marc Pallisco

A former property analyst and print journalist, Marc is the publisher of realestatesource.com.au.

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