Relocating computer accessory leader pays $1,800,000 to stay on northside

by admin | 23rd February 2012

As part of an expansion decision and desire to stay on the northside, Anyware Computer Accessories has paid $1,800,000 for a 1,087m2 freestander at 17 Huntington Place, Banyo. King & Co’s David Knapp handled the transaction, while it was listed with James Kenny, also of King & Co.

Located on 1,590m2 of LI  land, this building is split into 231m2 of office space over two levels and 856m2 of warehouse accessed via a container height roller door. It is also fully fenced and has parking for 13 cars.

The new owner is moving from a smaller Stafford space and, according to Knapp, “chose this site because its northside position allowed it to maintain close proximity to staff, its customer base as well as providing access to the Gateway Motorway. Moreover. there was little else available with these features.”

Kenny added that “the popularity of  stock in this area can be judged by the fact that it was quickly sold off market, with no signage or media marketing.”

Anyware Computer Accessories is the leading importer and distributor of computer accessories in Australia and New Zealand. Since its inception in 1996, it has developed six offices and warehouses in both Australia and New Zealand supported by a team of over 70 employees.

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