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Sales Analysis - 45 St Georges Terrace
Sales Analysis - 45 St Georges Terrace

Property Location

The building is located in the eastern sector of the preferred financial district of the Perth CBD, on the southern alignment of St Georges Terrace, between Barrack Street and Sherwood Court. Accordingly, the building is directly north of Elizabeth Quay, and is in a precinct directly influenced by this development.

Property Description

The property comprises a ten-storey office building with two basement levels, constructed in 1972 as the headquarters of the Reserve Bank of Australia. It was extensively refurbished in 1995, and has had subsequent upgrades to lobbies and infrastructure. The building generally provides good standard B-grade office accommodation. It comprises substantial basement secure storage areas and provides only limited onsite parking in the form of 16 secure bays.

Tenancy and Leasing Information

Spacecubed, a co-working hub, recently signed a 15 year lease for just over 2,000 square metres over two floors. Amcom renewed their lease over 1,100 square metres earlier in 2017. Other major tenants include Citic Pacific Mining and accountancy firm Crowe Horwath.

Sale & Tenancy details


Sale Price$53,569,416Passing Yield7.46%
Sale DateDecember 2017Passing Yield (fully leased)9.30%
PurchaserONE CCW Pty LtdMarket Yield8.46%
VendorCredit SuisseIRR8.66%
Terminal Yield8.50%
Vacancy (by area)18.7%
WALE (by area)5.0 years
WALE (by income)5.6 years
Net Lettable Area (NLA)9,905 m² NLA Rate $5,408/m²
NABERS Rating4.5 star
Gross Passing Income$5,620,480 p.a.Gross Passing Income$567/m²
Gross Market Income$6,556,906 p.a.Gross Market Income$662/m²
Adopted Outgoings$1,625,017 p.a.Adopted Outgoings$164/m²
Net Passing Income$3,995,463 p.a.Net Passing Income$403/m²
Net Market Income$4,931,889 p.a.Net Market Income$498/m²

For further details please contact:
Gavin Chapman – Managing Director
(08) 6500 3600
Property Valuation & Advisory (WA)
Unit 2, 168 Stirling Highway, Nedlands WA 6009

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