MAB Corporation launches Trade Central – Melbourne’s most dynamic trade complex
This is the only fully integrated showroom, warehouse and tradesman stores complex in Melbourne totally dedicated to servicing businesses, tradesmen and their customers.
The Trade Central development will be officially launched on 1 December, with Stage One well underway.
Located in Keilor Park, Trade Central is only 15 minutes from the CBD and Ports and less than 5 minutes from Melbourne Airport, providing easy access to all parts of Melbourne and interstate routes.
David Hall, General Manager of Business Parks, said this development is expected to provide a ‘hub’ for Melbourne’s booming north-west corridor and allow businesses to tap into a captive trade customer base.
“MAB’s Trade Central is an exciting new concept completely dedicated to services and suppliers to the trade industry, providing tradesmen and their customers with a complete easy one-stop trade shopping experience,” David said.
Prominently situated in Keilor Park in Melbourne’s booming north-west corridor, Trade Central consists of warehouses, tradesman stores and trade showrooms, and will deliver a complete range of quality specialist products and services to the trade in the one dynamic precinct.
Trade Showroom areas from 693m² are situated in a prime location with high visibility and ample free parking. Stylish warehouse presentation areas from 544m² are in close proximity to Melbourne’s airport, docks and major arterials, making this an ideal warehouse location. Sixteen compact units from 80m² provide warehouse space for smaller sized businesses to locate within this dynamic business environment.
Features include motorised roller shutter doors; air conditioned office areas; sealed concrete floors; excellent natural light; anodized aluminium framing with plate glass windows; attractive landscaping; automated garden sprinkler system; convenient staff and customer parking; way finding signage; business directory boards; high quality development and strong market branding.
Businesses that will benefit from being part of this new and exciting concept include: electrical, paint, plumbing, hardware, tiles, windows, building supplies, catering supplies, welding equipment, garden and irrigation, tools and more.
“It’s a simple idea,” David said. “Basically we’re just creating a self-contained trade precinct to deliver a range of specialist products and services to business, tradesmen and customers alike.
“Positioned in a prime location, with ample free car-parking, Trade Central offers access to the greatest range of professional tradesmen supplies and services to be found in the one place in Melbourne.”
Sales and leasing opportunities mean that it’s possible to be part of the Trade central action, no matter what size or how specialised your business may be.