Australian Technology Park

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NICTA Building – 13 Garden Street

BIOMED Building 550x366       IAB 550x366

Biomed Building – 1 Central Avenue                              International Business Centre – 6 Cornwallis Street

Portfolio Acquisition Price  $104m
NICTA Building – 13 Garden Street, Eveleigh $62.4m
BIOMED Building – 1 Central Avenue, Eveleigh $38.5m
International Business Centre – 6 Cornwallis Street, Eveleigh $3.1m
  • Three buildings in Australia Technology Park acquired in April 2016 for a total sum of $104 million.
  • 100% leased to a strong combination of high quality tenants, including a number of government agencies.
  • The portfolio comprises an attractive commercial office investment set to benefit from the transformation of the Australian Technology Park into a world class office destination due to the introduction of a $1 billion Commonwealth Bank of Australia development that also features extensive public domain upgrades within the precinct.

Important information- acquisition case studies: Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Case studies on recent acquisitions detail information that was current at the time the property was acquired along with current occupation figures as at 28.04.16. Case studies are in summary form only and do not contain current valuation or performance information in relation to any of the properties noted.


*Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Annualised total return of 13.21% is current as at 12 October 2016 and is the average of returns across all funds managed to completion (all real estate assets sold and debt repaid) by Centuria Property Funds Ltd as responsible entity/trustee since 1998 and includes capital gains as well as distributions paid during the life of completed funds shown on a per annum basis. The annualised total return does not represent the current performance of any of Centuria’s funds currently under management. Each fund managed by Centuria Property Funds will have different characteristics, properties and risk and should be assessed by an investor independently of the performance of completed funds. Average per annum returns calculated at the completion of a fund do not take into account returns in any particular year and current or future funds may experience fluctuations in asset values and distributions during the life of a fund.