After a metropolitan-wide search, Thermomix will move into a modern office/warehouse owned by Goodman at Moorabbin Airport’s Chifley Business Park.
The kitchen product manufacturer and distributor was represented by CBRE’s Lachlan Ferguson and Fergus Pragnell – the latter who markets Melbourne’s western suburb industrial sector.
The agents said they collaborated to “cover off all options” before settling on the suburb, about 18 kilometres south east of the city.
Thermomix’s property, 3 Chifley Drive, includes a 2241 square metre warehouse with high clearance, ESFR sprinklers, multiple roller shutter doors and an awning.
It also contains a modern 671 sqm office, separate truck access and a car park.
The facility shares a roofline with an investment known as 6 Federation Way (story continues below).
Following the Thermomix commitment, the agents said they have moved occupiers into 36,801 sqm at Moorabbin Airport this year.
Elsewhere in the 123ha precinct, Spectrum occupies a 30,668 sqm warehouse and Costco, a retail complex, just under half this size.
A purpose built 11,445 sqm office-warehouse for McCormick Foods also forms part of Goodman’s holding.
Elsewhere in the area this week, the factory at 32-44 Keys Road, Moorabbin, which developer Steller vacated last year after receiving six months rent free, was listed for sale or lease via Tsimos.