Collaborating on several new projects nationally, Vaughan is proud to be working alongside global property and investment firm, Blackstone and their subsidiary, 151 Property.
Most recently, Vaughan is constructing a new warehouse facility that will house global packaging manufacturer Huhtamaki. The 8,300m2 facility is inclusive of office and warehouse and is located within the Goldsborough Industrial Estate in Pooraka, South Australia.
The Vaughan team were thrilled to attend the official sod turning ceremony alongside Mayor Gillian Aldridge, Huhtamaki’s State Manager Geoff Phillips and the 151 Property team.
Launching our 25 hectare Biodiversity Industrial Estate in Epping Victoria, Vaughan is delivering two new facilities for joint venture partners Mirvac and Blackstone.
The project includes a 30,000m² facility, capable of being split into two tenancies, on a five hectare site. The second facility totals 15,500m² and is also capable of being split into two tenancies, on a three hectare site.
The projects kick off Stage 2 of Vaughan’s Biodiversity Industrial Estate in Epping, Victoria.
“The under supply of quality industrial facilities in the northern Melbourne market is now more apparent than ever. We are proud to be acting on behalf of Mirvac and Blackstone for the two projects.”
- MARK BYRNE, DIRECTOR AT VAUGHAN CONSTRUCTIONS
The Biodiversity estate has the potential to accommodate a further 103,000m² of warehousing in Stage 1. While Stage 2, comprises of 50 hectares of land with the potential of up to 250,000m² of warehouse area to be constructed. Stage 2 is currently in the planning phase and will give the estate an end value of $375 million.
Pictured is the team at the Huhtamaki sod turning ceremony.