Centro Pockets Nifty Profit From $30 Million Sale of Warringal Shopping Centre

Tagon, a consortium headed by Leonard Kipen, purchased Warringal at a discount to Centro’s $32.9 million December 2008 book value. A $30 million sale price reflects an 8.9 per cent yield, based on the centre’s annual rental capacity of $2.66 million.
 
Centro recently made $39 million from the sale of its Centro Ringwood Shopping Centre, and $17.25 million from the sale of Centro Hamilton. It’s expected to make another $12 million from the sale of its Centro Rosebud centre, and about $12.5 million from the sale of Centro Meadow Heights, about 17 kilometres north of town.

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Marc Pallisco

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

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