Four build-ready lots for sale in a new Tasman industrial hub are tipped to attract interest from occupiers and investors nationally seeking scarce industrial land in the growing region.
The freehold properties in the brand-new Ashfield Park industrial subdivision in Richmond present options for investors and businesses of varying scales.
The individual lots range from some 1,628 square metres to 3,633 square metres. They will be sold either individually, or in any combination up to a total combined area of nearly a hectare, to suit buyers’ needs.
Light Industrial zoning under the Tasman District Plan provides for an array of activities in a region experiencing a severe shortage of industrial land.
The lots’ position at the subdivision’s entrance, with prominent frontage to busy through route McShane Road, could make them particularly attractive to businesses seeking high-profile trade retail or showroom premises, or industrial users with auxiliary retail activities.
The strategic top-of-the-South Island location will also be attractive for activities such as transportation, logistics, distribution and warehousing.
The freehold lots at 1, 3, 5 and 7 Coman Drive, Richmond, Tasman, are being marketed for sale together or separately by negotiation through Bayleys Nelson Commercial Director Paul Vining.
Vining said the location amid new residential subdivisions in a region seeing rapid population and business expansion would position new owners and occupiers well to benefit from long-term future growth.
“Whether it’s an industrial business seeking a purpose-built facility or an investor looking to build for tenants, these lots can be combined in any configuration to suit their needs.
“Each lot is titled. The land is filled, level and engineered ready for construction with all essential services to the boundary, offering businesses the edge to move in and establish their operations without delay.
“If desired, the current owner can offer purchasers the opportunity to work with a reputable development partner to provide complete turnkey design-build options for occupiers or investors, making the development process seamless and hassle-free,” said Vining.
The new industrial park promises a thriving community alongside quality industrial buildings and occupiers, with multiple projects currently undergoing the consent process.
“This is a unique opportunity to be part of a vibrant industrial community, with the majority of the development already pre-committed or under negotiation.
“Surrounded by a flurry of development activity, these freehold industrial lots are fantastically located with exposure to the growing surrounding catchment.
“Sitting between State Highway 60 and Lower Queen Street, close to new residential subdivisions and within five minutes’ drive of Richmond town centre, they offer excellent access locally and across the region, ensuring convenient transportation links for future business operations,” Vining said.