Springvale

About Springvale

Springvale industrial real estate is among one of the most popular locations where investors, small businesses and large corporations are looking to lease or buy. If you are looking for industrial real estate for sale or for lease in Springvale look no further than our team at Just Commercial.

Springvale was built up post-war in the 1960s, and quickly saw huge growth in industrial estates, as well as residential growth. Not long after the renowned Sandown Racecourse and Sandown International Motor Raceway were built, which put the once modest suburb on the map. This led way to the industrial areas, which are now scattered throughout the suburb mainly across the suburb’s northwest and northeast regions.

Located just 22km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. Springvale is situated in the City of Greater Dandenong government area. With the Greater Dandenong region home to 17,500 businesses, the suburb is the perfect area for growing companies to buy or lease industrial real estate. The opportunities available in the Springvale industrial precinct are expansive, and perfect for any business to find the right industrial property for sale or lease.

Well-known in the industrial real estate sector due to the abundance of warehouses and factories that are located within the suburb, Springvale is an in-demand market. It’s a prime location for buying or leasing industrial property in Melbourne’s southeast. With a boisterous population of 21,714 (2016 Census), there is always plenty going on across Springvale.

Springvale is home to the Springvale Homemaker centre, which is a joint venture between Ikea and Harvey Norman founder, Gerry Harvey. The complex is the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere, making it a significant feature of the suburb. The homemaker centre is less than 500m from the M1 City, which is a mixed-use development that recently opened.

Another significant mark within Springvale is Spaghetti Junction, which is the nickname given Melbourne’s most complex intersection Springvale Junction where Springvale Road, Centre Road and the princes highway all come together. It is nicknamed so because of the intersection in England that is named Spaghetti Junction, as the intersection resembles a plate of spaghetti with curved road coming from all angles to meet at the intersection, just as Springvale Junction does.

If you lease or buy an industrial property in Springvale, you will have easy access to the Melbourne CBD through either the extensive public transport system or the easy access to major highways. Surrounded by key main roads such as Springvale Road, Westall Road, Centre and the Princes Highway, the demand for industrial real estate within Springvale can also be linked to continued infrastructure developments in the area. The new Dingley Bypass allows for improved access to industrial areas such as Springvale, increasing the number of businesses looking to lease or buy industrial real estate within the suburb.

No matter if you are searching for a factory, warehouse, or location within an industrial park to lease or buy in Springvale, we are confident that our team can find you the perfect industrial property to suit your business. Whether you are looking for industrial real estate for sale in Springvale or industrial real estate for lease in Springvale, we can find the best deals that meet both your budget and production needs.

Cheltenham

About Cheltenham

Cheltenham is gaining traction as a key location for industrial property. As a rapidly growing market, industrial real estate in Cheltenham is catching the eyes of investors, corporations and small businesses alike. If you are looking for industrial real estate for sale or for lease in Cheltenham, look no further than our team at Just Commercial to help you find the perfect industrial property.

A significant number of businesses are choosing to relocate within the suburb, taking advantage of the metropolitan transport network and major highway access. Located 18km south-east of the Melbourne CBD, and after undergoing significant development, Cheltenham is now home to a range of new industrial parks and warehouses. With over 4,500 industrial businesses located in the City of Kingston area, opportunities for gaining a foothold in the precinct between the South East fringe and the CBD are expansive.

Cheltenham wasn’t always home to vast industrial real estate opportunities, unlike some of its surrounding neighbours. Before it became a hub for industrial real estate, the land was used as orchards. The flat landscape, once used as orchards, became the perfect base for an industrial property haven.

With a population of 22,291 (2016 Census), the eastern edge of Cheltenham is the largest industrial area of the suburb, with industrial properties and warehouses also scattered across the western edge. Cheltenham is the perfect location for buying and leasing warehouses and factories in the South East of Melbourne. Cheltenham is also home to an array of fantastic parks, golf links and access to Port Phillip Bay from the west. Not to forget one of the most significant features of Cheltenham, Southland Westfield, their major shopping centre that has been around since 1968.

Demand hasn’t slowed, with new developers showing strong interest in the suburb and new developments already on their way to being on the market. The local Cheltenham industrial real estate market always shows strength and resilience, which is why it is an excellent suburb for future investment into your business, and your warehouse or factory.

If you lease or buy an industrial property in Cheltenham, you will have easy access to the Melbourne CBD through either the extensive public transport system or the easy access to major highways. Surrounded by key main roads such as Centre Dandenong Road, Park Road, Warrigal Road, and the Nepean Highway, the demand for industrial real estate within Cheltenham can also be linked to the new infrastructure developments in the area.

Whether you are searching for a factory, warehouse, or location within an industrial park to lease or buy in Cheltenham, we are confident that our team can find you the perfect industrial property to suit your business. Whether you are looking for industrial real estate for sale in Cheltenham or industrial real estate for lease in Cheltenham, we can find the best deals that meet both the budget and production needs.

Oakleigh

About Oakleigh

Oakleigh, located in the City of Monash, has a reputation for being the “Little Athens” of Melbourne, with just over 8,000 people, 11.6% of whom speak Greek. Renowned for its fresh food markets, Greek tavernas, and souvlaki shops, the South East’s multicultural gem is indeed a prized location for investment in industrial property.

Resting on the edge of Princes Highway and Warrigal Road, both considered the South East’s main trade arterials, Oakleigh’s location is unparalleled as an investment for a range of industrial businesses. Industrial listings are abundant in Oakleigh suited for small, medium, and large level occupation. Oakleigh is home to many major industries including ASSA ABLOY; a global leader in the design and fabrication of electronic and mechanical locks.

Oakleigh is also home to many automotive repair and fabrication shops ranging from engine repair, body repair, upholstery, auto electrics, and body modifications. Oakleigh is a main supplier to the construction industry, with main factories being Polydip Coatings and Alcon Windows. Other industrial businesses include CCS Chemicals, Rafferty the Wrecker, and The Tile Importer.

Just Commercial understands that there’s no such thing as a quick fix solution when it comes to industrial property. The right size, the right road access, the right power, the right warehousing; it all comes into consideration when choosing the correct industrial space. Our directors Steven, James, and David are the experts in searching for the right property, at the right price so you can maximise your medium, and long-term investment potential.

Whether you’re new to industrial property or are looking to expand your business and require guidance and/or professional assistance, Just Commercial can bring over 100 years’ of combined real estate knowledge and expertise to your search. Our team handles essential services management and compliance, so your industrial property is always in good hands.

With a diverse range of businesses in Oakleigh and ample access to major roads, Oakleigh is already one of Melbourne’s premier destinations for industrial business. Talk to our experienced directors about owning or leasing industrial property in Oakleigh – we’ll use all resources possible to gain a pleasing result. Contact us via the form below and we’ll get in touch with you as soon as possible. Just Commercial are the experts in industrial property that you can trust.

Clayton

About Clayton

Normally associated with Melbourne’s prestigious Monash University, the South East suburb of Clayton offers just as much to the industrial business owner looking for their next warehouse or factory location. During the 1900s, numerous companies including Volkswagen, Wilke Printing and Repco had factories located in Clayton, taking advantage of the juxtaposing open areas and suburban benefits.

Now Clayton is one of the largest centres for technology and science businesses with research labs, medical centres and scientific institutes located neatly within the suburb. According to the ABS, approximately 4,000 industrial businesses operate in the Monash local government area; Clayton itself is home to almost 20,000 people (2016 Census).

Monash University and CSIRO bring with it the benefit of ample public transport, food services and retail companies in the local area – most notably the Springvale Homemaker Centre and M-City. But should you need regular access to Melbourne’s central business district Clayton is  19km away from the CBD centre, keeping commutes short and your business day productive.

With  local knowledge in abundance, Just Commercial knows what makes Clayton the perfect industrial real estate option for many businesses and works to find the right factory, warehouse, or office space that best fits your company. Using all resources, both in-house and externally, the goal of your Just Commercial directors is to exhaust all lines of enquiry so that you’re presented with the best possible options.

Just Commercial knows the commitments and expectations that come with owning and leasing industrial real estate, so whatever your requirements we will tailor our search to find the best suited space for your business. Small, medium or large, short-term or long-term leasing options, if you ask for it we will do all we can to deliver it.

Once your property is secured, you will still have Just Commercial as that integral point of contact for any needs during the life of your lease. Asset management and essential services for the protection of your property are available to all Just Commercial clients so that your focus can be your business; while Just Commercial looks after the rest.

Clayton’s ever-growing appeal and planned developments have made it one of the hottest commodity suburbs in South-East Melbourne for industrial real estate. Get in touch with Steve, James and David, your Just Commercial directors, and make sure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to leave your mark in Clayton.

Dandenong

About Dandenong

The industrial precincts in Dandenong, including Dandenong South, home to more than 5,000 industrial businesses in the Greater Dandenong area. The precinct is not only part of South-East Melbourne’s most significant and productive manufacturing area, but is also nationally recognised as one of the largest. Land value in Dandenong has doubled since 2017, with prices going from $275psm to $550psm.

Established as a township in 1852, Dandenong became the major manufacturing and commercial area that it is now, during the mid-20th century. Now, the Dandenong business district is home to a variety of industries including engineering, landscapers and builders, law firms and media companies. The diversity within this suburban hub allows multiple businesses to thrive alongside each other, creating a sense of community and camaraderie.

Located 30kms south-east of Melbourne’s bustling CBD, Dandenong has established itself as a multicultural hub of delicious cuisines and diverse activities.  Dandenong provides the business conveniences of being in the metro area but with the bonus of having a thriving business neighbourhood. It’s also close to the South Gippsland Highway, the Monash Freeway and Eastlink.

As of 2018, over $360 million has been invested into infrastructure upgrades and improvements as part of the Revitalising Central Dandenong initiative, increasing the value of business investment. The highest concentration of industrial development (2018) in Melbourne is located in Dandenong and Dandenong South with 15 major projects now underway as of 2019.

There’s no blanket solution when it comes to finding the home base for your company, and the Just Commercial directors understand your needs. Having accumulated over 100 years of experience within the Melbourne area, Just Commercial use their local and professional knowledge to identify the best warehouse or office space for your individual business. Whether you’re new to the real estate game or an experienced owner or leaser who just needs that extra helping hand, Just Commercial bring their best knowledge and expertise to the table, for your benefit.

Always working to ensure our clients are happy throughout the life of their lease, Just Commercial will be your first point of contact and can assist you in matters of asset management and building compliance. And if the time comes that you need to move on to another property, Just Commercial can once again be the experts that you trust with your next venture.

As the suburb of Dandenong continues to grow and expand, so do the opportunities available for those looking to buy or lease industrial real estate in Dandenong. Don’t miss out on the chance to work in Melbourne’s business and commercial epicentre. Speak with Just Commercial’s directors Steven, James, and David today about your industrial investment and start your property journey the right way.

Keysborough

About Keysborough

Keysborough is regarded by many as the newest and most exciting industrial precinct in the South East, part of the City of Greater Dandenong, the precinct is also home to over 5,000 industrial businesses. Just Commercial are your partners for leasing and buying prime industrial property in Keysborough. With over 100 years of experience between your knowledgeable and expert directors, you can rest assured that your investment needs in a factory, warehouse, or complex will be satisfied.

As part of the South Eastern Melbourne manufacturing zone and the second-largest employer of manufacturing workers in Australia, Keysborough is a highly prized area for industrial businesses looking to start-up, expand, or penetrate new markets.  Bordered by Springvale Rd. to the east and Eastlink to the west, Keysborough is home to major industrial machining and production facilities, freight and transport companies as well as food manufacturers.

There is ample space for growth in all sectors from materials, food services, research and development, electronics, construction, pharmaceuticals, and mechanical services. Keysborough is one of the many beneficiaries of the sky rail development as well as new road expansions. The Westall Rd extension begins at the Clayton end of the Princes Highway, bypassing Springvale, connects south toward Cranbourne and Gippsland.

The Dandenong Bypass runs along the Dingley Bypass route from Springvale Road in Springvale South to the South Gippsland Highway in Dandenong South. It also overpasses the Cranbourne rail line and connects with the diamond interchange at EastLink. New industrial parks are taking advantage of roads and rail. Industrial sites also abound on Greens Road, with new land and developments coming on to the market. Whether your business is looking for a centre of operations, a satellite warehouse, a niche manufacturing facility, or service centre for cars, trucks, or plant, Keysborough is a prime location for industrial real estate.

As an industrial business, if you are considering a move into Keysborough, Just Commercial are your trusted partners in the buying or leasing process.

Contact us today to find out more.

Moorabbin

About Moorabbin

Moorabbin is one of the fastest-growing light industrial and warehousing districts in South East of Melbourne. The district is a rapidly developing precinct for both residential and industrial zoned property. Moorabbin industrial real estate is among one of the fastest-growing locations where investors, small businesses and large corporations are looking to lease or buy. If you are looking for industrial real estate for sale or for lease in Moorabbin, look no further than our team at Just Commercial.

Located just 15km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district, Moorabbin is situated in the City Of Kingston government area. With over 4,500 industrial businesses located in the Kingston area, opportunities for gaining a foothold in the precinct between the South East fringe and the CBD are expansive. The majority of the eastern side of Moorabbin has been occupied as an industrial area since the first development in the mid-1960s. In fact, the suburb was originally the home of a significant industrial hub for some of the biggest companies. The east side of the suburb once included industrial properties used by companies including Phillip Morris, Schweppes and Coca-Cola.

Renowned in the industrial real estate sector due to the abundance of warehouses and factories that are located within the suburb, makes Moorabbin industrial real estate an in-demand market. With over 1,200 industrial businesses operating in Moorabbin, it’s a prime location for buying or leasing factories and warehouses in Melbourne’s South East. New industrial parks and warehouses are currently in development, making Moorabbin a superior location for industrial property. With a minute population of only 5,895 (2016 Census), it is no surprise that the suburb is full of industrial locations and fewer residential addresses.

If you lease or buy an industrial property in Moorabbin, you will have easy access to the Melbourne CBD through either the extensive public transport system or the easy access to major highways. Surrounded by key main roads such as South Road, Warrigal Road, and the Nepean Highway, the demand for industrial real estate within Moorabbin can also be linked to the new infrastructure developments in the area. The new Dingley Bypass allows for improved access to industrial areas such as Moorabbin, increasing the number of businesses looking to lease or buy industrial real estate within the suburb.

No matter if you are searching for a factory, warehouse, or location within an industrial park to lease or buy in Moorabbin, we are confident that our team can find you the perfect industrial property to suit your business. Whether you are looking for industrial real estate for sale in Moorabbin or industrial real estate for lease in Moorabbin, we can find the best deals that meet both your budget and production needs.