Brisbane, 15 May 2014 - Projector manufacturer Christie Digital Systems Australia has leased a prominent industrial facility at the Brisbane Airport to accommodate its expanding Queensland operations.
Located at 37-39 Qantas Drive, the 1,528sqm standalone building features dual roller door access to allow direct warehouse deliveries and onsite parking for 30 cars.
CBRE’s Sam Higgins negotiated the eight year lease on behalf of lessor, Brisbane Airport Corporation.
Mr Higgins said Brisbane Airport’s growing popularity as an industrial precinct was a driving factor behind the deal.
“The tenant looked at other properties in Banyo, Geebung and Murarrie, but it was the level of amenity on offer for staff that motivated Christie to choose the airport location over all others,” Mr Higgins said.
“Demand for space at the airport has spiked in recent months, with CBRE recently completing five other lease transactions totaling 3,973sqm of building floor area.”
Christie Digital Australia is part of the Christie Group – a global manufacturer of DLP cinema projectors and various digital cinema devices.
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