Trilogy adds Sunshine Coast warehouse to portfolio

Trilogy is paying $22.05 million for the Coolum Beach investment.

Trilogy Funds Management is paying $22.05 million for a Coolum Beach industrial investment.

The price for 15-17 Dacmar Road reflects a 5.8 per cent net passing yield.

The deal is the largest for a Sunshine Coast warehouse in more than 10 years.

Colliers’ Nick Dowling, Simon Beirne and Sam Riley were the agents.

Low site coverage

Two buildings with a combined 7351 square metres cover about a third of the 2.13 hectare site.

The property is fully leased to Weir Minerals until 2030; with options, the tenant can stay until 2040 (story continues below).

The warehouse component has a nine metre clearance and eight gantry cranes.

The office area is high-quality.

In May, Trilogy paid $10.025m – a price reflecting a 5.5pc return – for a Carrum Downs factory leased to mattress maker Tempur.

Last year the manager – for its Trilogy Industrial Property Trust – outlaid $12.05m for a Gold Coast industrial investment leased to Downer EDI limited subsidiary Mineral Technologies.

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Marc Pallisco

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