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Metro Sydney Childcare | 15 Year Net Lease to 2036 + Options

32 Himalaya Crescent , Seven Hills NSW

Property Highlights

100% occupancy with waitlist
Greater of CPI or 3% increases
Successful national operator
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Description

Burgess Rawson are delighted to announce the successful sale of the Guardian Childcare Centre located at 32 Himalaya Crescent, Seven Hills NSW by Investment Portfolio Auction 163.

The property was hotly contested attracting 95 enquiries and 17 bids on the day. Further demonstrating the demand for the Early Education sector.

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This opportunity has the following key investment highlights:

+ Fifteen (15) year net lease to May 2036
+ One (1) further ten (10) year option and one (1) further five (5) year option to May 2051
+ Guardian Childcare: leading national early education provider, educating more than 10,000 children per day across 152 locations
+ Highly desirable annual rent increases to the greater of CPI or 3%, ensuring future income growth
+ Landlord friendly net lease structure with the tenant responsible for all outgoings
+ Modern 621sqm* purpose-built childcare centre licensed for 90 LDC places and constructed in 2021, offering substantial depreciation benefits
+ Strong-trading centre with 100% occupancy and an extensive waitlist, ensuring long-term viability of the business
+ Prominently positioned 1,443sqm* site located in a strong schooling catchment only 350m* from Shelley Public School & 22 other schools within a 3km radius, which combine to service 14,028* students
+ Centrally located between Blacktown’s major commercial & retail amenities with Westpoint Shopping Mall, Seven Hills Plaza, Homemaker Centre Prospect, Blacktown MegaCentre & Blacktown Hospital all within a 3km radius
+ Blacktown City Council: largest LGA in New South Wales, with a population forecast to grow to 625,207 (56.41% increase) by 2041 and $1.5 billion in future capital works projects^
+ Child Care/Early Education is an essential service with both the Federal and State Governments allocating unprecedented funding to the sector. In the 2022-2023 period, the Federal Government is projected to contribute $10.7 billion in funding plus an additional $4.7 billion to deliver more affordable child care, which includes increasing the Child Care Subsidy (CCS) rates from July 2023. This reform aims to enhance the affordability of early education and care for approximately 96% of families (1.2 million) with a child in care^^
+ Net Income: $393,620 pa* + GST

*Approx.
^Blacktown City Council
^^Australian Government – Department of Education | Child Care Subsidy Reform

Property Details

Listing
Sale
Current Tenant
Tenanted
Occupancy Type
Childcare
Land Size
1,443 SQM
Building Area
750 SQM

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