MAB announces final stage release at National Business Park
MAB Corporation announces the release of the remaining six hectares at National Business Park in Campbellfield with flexible building options ranging from 2,000m2 to 20,000m2 for purpose built end-user requirements.
Business Parks General Manager for MAB Corporation, Mr David Hall said that this is the final opportunity for businesses to secure a location in the strategically placed Business Park.
Located in the heart of Melbourne’s manufacturing hub, the Park enjoys excellent arterial access with its entry from Hume Highway and access via the Craigieburn By-pass and Western Ring Road.
Mr Hall said that MAB Corporation will develop turnkey property solutions for businesses to locate to the Business Park.
“We now have a track record in delivering product to exceptional standards and this is very evident with the standard of product that has already been delivered in the Business Park.
“Our people are delivering product across different industry sectors in Melbourne and have the knowledge and expertise to design and develop office and warehouse product that will enhance business activity.
“National Business Park provides a high quality work environment that has attracted a number of companies to-date that include: Whitley Cruisers; Dana Australia; CMI Limited; Toll Holdings; and Ford’s Engineering and Technology Centre.
“The Business Park has also received many awards for the design and quality of the Park that recently included being a finalist for the 2005 Victorian Property Council Awards.”
The National Business Park has been created to harness the potential of the Campbellfield automotive precinct in Hume City and is centred on the manufacturing plant of the Ford Motor Company of Australia (Ford).
A joint venture between MAB Corporation (MAB) and Ford saw the activation of the land at the rear of the Ford plant, and has transformed the Business Park into a purpose-built business centre and generator of economic development.