Territory Stories

The Northern Territory news Wed 4 Nov 2020

Details:

Title

The Northern Territory news Wed 4 Nov 2020

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2020-11-04

Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

News Corp Australia

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/816205

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/816594

Page content

4 Damaso Place, Woolner Diverse Offi ce/Warehouse Holding This quality metal clad freestanding offi ce/warehouse is situated on a 2,660m2 parcel of land. It features 3 separate sheds each with their own container height roller doors and offi ce component. The air-conditioned offi ce areas have kitchenette and bathroom facilities. Property features: 2,660m2 freehold land Approximately 1,452m2 under roof, a mixture of warehouse and offi ce 3-4 individual tenancies which could be consolidated into one 24 car parks on site plus disabled No body corporate Great location with convenient access Tenancy 1 467m2(approx.) a mix of warehouse and offi ce plus mezzanine Tenancy 2 228m2(approx.) a mix of warehouse and offi ce plus mezzanine Tenancy 3&4 756m2(approx.) a mix of warehouse and offi ce plus mezzanine Inspect: Wednesday 4 November 11:00am - 11:30am Auction: On-site 11:00am Thursday 5 November 2020 (zoom available) To arrange a private inspection of this property please contact Jeremy ODonoghue 0407 080 067 Contact exclusive agents Knight Frank on 08 8982 2500 or: Matthew Knight 0413 058 020 matthew.knight@au.knightfrank.com Michelle McRae 0448 882 399 michelle.mcrae@au.knightfrank.com Connecting people and property, perfectly. FOR SALE by Deadline Private Treaty, closing Thursday 5th November 2020 at 4pm. Prestige Residential Sales Residential Sales Project Marketing International Project Marketing Property Management Valuations Prestige Residential Sales Residential Sales Project Marketing International Project Marketing knightfrank.com.au 68 Marina Boulevard, Cullen Bay offers the following: 8 x marina berths 4 x under deck storage area Cafe/restaurant/office total area 267sqm Large deck area to two sides of tenancy Stunning marina views Multiple income sources Asking $1,700,000 + GST. Marina Berths Multiple income sources Stunning marina Views For sale, vacant possession Air-conditioned comfort 68 Marina Boulevard, Cullen Bay. Rare Cullen Bay Freehold Opportunity. Retain as is or refurbish 32 BUSINESS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 2020 CPC buyout finally done and dusted THE buyout of what was left of Consolidated Pastoral Company (CPC) has finally been completed after a carve-up that began back in March 2018. British investment firm Terra Firma, which owned CPC, sold off around half of its cattle properties in the Northern Territory and Queensland between 2018 and 2019. This netted a combined sale price of around $310m to a mixture of Australian and foreign buyers. In October last year what was left of CPC became the target of a management buyout said to be worth $600m. The buyout was led by CPCs chief executive Troy Setter and the multi-millionaire founder of Terra Firma, Guy Hands, who has bought out his own firms stake in CPC. The sale includes just under 300,000 head of cattle, nine pastoral leases across the Northern Territory and Queensland. Between them the properties total close to 3.2 million hectares. The sale also includes a 90 per cent stake in a feedlot business in Indonesia. CPCs properties include Newcastle Waters Station, once owned by Kerry Packer, which has been earmarked as the proposed location for the worlds largest solar farm. Sun Cable has started the process of getting its environmental approvals in place for the proposed solar farm, making a referral to the Northern Territorys Environment Protection Authority (EPA), and outlining further details about its plans for Newcastle Waters and its outstation, Powell Creek. CPCs chief executive Mr Setter said there was full support for Sun Cable and its project to develop renewable energy capture on Newcastle Waters. Mr Setter said that there would be little change in the companys direction after the CPC sale. GARY SHIPWAY ~ first national I COMMERCIAL I O'Donoghues Licensed Real Estate Agents www.ofndarwin.com.au 8942 8942 00 * "Knight MFrank


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