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Substantial Ballina development site under the hammer

BUYERS have the chance to secure the largest vacant industrial block currently available in the Southern Cross Industrial Estate at 4/176-178 Southern Cross Drive.

The Ballina asset, that has a substantial 5,851sq m* land holding, will head to auction on Thursday 03 October unless sold prior.

The land parcel is being marketed and sold by award-winning Ray White Commercial Gold Coast duo Jared Johnson and Lachlan Marshall.

Mr Johnson said the asset was an exceptional opportunity to purchase a development site in an unbeatable location.

“It borders Ballina Byron Gateway Airport that’s listed in the top 20 airports in Australia with annual passenger numbers reaching 529,000* in 2018,” Mr Johnson said.

“The site it is Zoned IN1 Industrial with a wide range of uses and would suit warehousing, distribution, manufacturing, storage and aviation.

“It’s close to major arterial roads and transport infrastructure and is just four minutes* to Ballina Town Centre and six minutes* from the Pacific motorway entry and exit points.”

Mr Marshall said the asset had tremendous potential with subdivision possible (STCA) and additional common property access to security controlled taxiway to airport runway (STCA).

“Ballina Byron Gateway is the major airport for the region and links to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Newcastle with Jetstar Airways, Virgin Australia, Regional Express Airlines and FlyPelican operating daily services,” Mr Marshall said.

“With the passenger terminal facilities at Ballina Byron Gateway Airport recently upgraded, Ballina is poised to cater for yet more future growth.

“The auction will be at the Gold Coast Turf Club in Bundall on Thursday 03 October at 11am.”

*Approximately.

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