27 February 2017 5 min read

With 25 strategically located logistics centres and business parks and a $400 million development pipeline, Stockland is delivering quality spaces for warehousing and distribution solutions for many of our retailers.

With 25 strategically located logistics centres and business parks and a $400 million development pipeline, Stockland is delivering quality spaces for warehousing and distribution solutions for many of our retailers. 

This year Stockland has seen strong leasing demand for its properties welcoming 18 new customers to the portfolio, which is a show of confidence in Stockland’s ability to deliver functional, flexible and well-located assets.


Office, Logistics and Business Parks General Manager Tony D’Addona said: “This continued level of strong customer demand at our sites is testament to the high quality and well located facilities in our portfolio as well as our focused customer approach.”

Interest from 3PL, supply chain management, warehousing and distribution tenants has been strong with B & B Towers Transport, Coastal Transport, Toll Transport, Supply Chain Management Services and Cope Sensitive Freight moving into Yennora Distribution Centre, a 72 hectare distribution centre in central western Sydney. The recently completed warehouse development at Ingleburn in Sydney’s south west has welcomed new customers Next Logistics and T.I.F.S Warehousing & Distribution. 

“The outlook for the industrial market is positive with demand for flexible, well-located logistics space in our major cities continuing into 2017. Continued business confidence, low interest rates and low unemployment supports healthy consumer spending which in turn promotes demand for space which facilitates efficiencies for retailers and ultimately improves customer experiences,” said Tony.

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