Business future cemented In Melbourne’s north west
MAB Corporation’s innovative Trade Central at Keilor Park is reinforcing its position as a premier trade hub with the launch of the development’s final stage.
Offering high quality industrial and commercial premises, Trade Central is prominently situated on Keilor Park Drive within Melbourne’s booming north-west growth corridor.
The development has won strong support from:
In the final release:
The contemporary design of these buildings includes ground to ceiling glass facades, container height roller doors and abundant on-grade parking.
Stamp duty savings are available with expected construction complete early next year.
MAB Corporation Senior Development Manager Will Vorrath said Trade Central products reflected local market demand for a quality business to business environment.
“We’re creating a flexible trade precinct by offering warehouses with practical amenity and a professional image. High clearance shells starting at just over 100 square metres are an affordable entry into a first class environment,” Mr Vorrath said.
“The showrooms have maximum exposure from Keilor Park Drive to capitalise on the thousands of vehicles that pass by daily,” he said.
Current Trade Central occupants include national electrical wholesaler John R. Turk, ANZ Business Centre, PFC Communications telecommunications and data cabling, Advance Management office fit out and refurbishment and global consulting services group, Ajilon.
Trade Central is part of the 60 hectare Translink Business Park that is home to premium businesses such as Porsche, Ferguson Plarre, DHL Express, Porter Davis Homes and Lombard the Paper People.