GG/BKW – Amazon Sydney Warehouse Development – New South Wales - Project Profile
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Goodman Group (GG) and Brickworks Limited (BKW) are planning to build a new warehouse facility in Sydney, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a large purpose-built warehouse facility. It includes storage facilities, warehouses, distribution units, access roads, parking spaces, installation of automated machinery, loading and unloading facilities, safety and security systems.
Once built, Amazon will be the anchor tenant for the facility.
Shaw and Partners Limited has been appointed as financial advisors and CBRE PTY Limited as market agent to identify space and location.
In April 2017, Amazon signed a lease agreement with GG.
The project involves the construction of a large purpose-built warehouse facility in Oakdale Industrial Estate, Sydney, Australia.
The US$120 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of storage facilities
2. Construction of warehouses
3. Construction of access roads
4. Construction of parking facilities
5. Installation of automated machinery
6. Installation of loading and unloading facilities
7. Installation of safety and security systems
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