ASX-listed, Sydney-based Infomedia has leased a contemporary warehouse converted office within Up Property’s Philip Morris cigarette site redevelopment, in Moorabbin.
The software services group will move in Melbourne from Heatherton – the next suburb east.
It has committed to the yet-to-be fit out 900 square metre space for five years following a deal brokered by Crabtrees Grant Tishler and Chris McKenzie.
The warehouse Infomedia will rent part of is one of several which will be retained on the 6.7 hectare factory which Adam Davidson’s Up Property acquired for $23 million five years ago.
The parcel, then known as 254-258 Chesterville Road, is being replaced with Morris Moor, a mixed-use commercial project (story continues below).
Thirteen months ago, efm Logistics Services leased 2850 sqm of a standalone 5257 sqm office known as 1 Cochranes Rd, on another part of the block – a deal which saw it relocate from Mulgrave.
An entertainment precinct planned for elsewhere within the ex-factory was in February part-rented to craft beer maker Stomping Ground.
Schots Home Emporium, one of the first occupiers to commit to Morris Moor, occupies a c4140 sqm showroom/warehouse at the eastern edge of the holding.
Kids Club leases space within Up Property’s village, too.
Moorabbin is about 15 kilometres south east of the city.