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Cromwell Property strikes A$42M deal to buy Brisbane, Australia, office complex

Cromwell Property Group agreed to buy a refurbished 6,000-square-meter office block in the inner Brisbane suburb of Spring Hill in Australia from Alceon Group Pty. Ltd. for A$42 million, representing a 6.7% yield, The Australian Financial Review reported.

According to the Dec. 19 report, Alceon paid A$22.5 million for the building at 433 Boundary St. in 2016 when it was mostly vacant. Now it is fully leased with a lease expiry of 12 years and is on track to be occupied by the International Education Services.

Upon completion of the Colliers International-brokered deal, the property will be included in the portfolio of Cromwell Direct Property Fund, which comprises eight office, retail and industrial properties in Queensland, Victoria, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory, the publication added.