Two MidCoast Council properties in Breese Parade, Forster are currently being marketed by Colliers of Newcastle.
The former MidCoast Water office at 16 Breese Parade is for sale or lease, while 18 Breese Parade, the vacant block on the corner of Breese Parade and Goldens Road, is for sale. The block measures about 3088 square metres and is zoned R2, allowing for a variety of housing types, facilities and services.
The properties are on the market as part of the MidCoast Council's endorsed financing strategy for its new administration and customer service centre at Yalawanyi Ganya, at Taree South.
"Part of the funding strategy involves the sale or lease of a number of council properties," general manager Adrian Panuccio said.
Colliers Newcastle is currently marketing the 16 and 18 Breese Parade Forster properties.
Offers will also be considered for the purchase of the two Breese Parade properties and expressions of interest close with Colliers on March 31, Mr Panuccio said.
Colliers was selected to market the properties after going through a competitive tender process, he said.
The full list of properties identified and their current status is as follows:
- the former council offices in Pulteney Street, Taree - to be marketed for lease in March
- the former water office in Muldoon Street, Taree - currently negotiating with a State Government agency with a view to potential lease from April 2021
- the former water office 16 Breese Parade, Forster - currently subject to expressions of interest for sale or lease, closing March 31
- a block of vacant land 18 Breese Parade, Forster - currently subject to expressions of interest for sale, closing March 31
- the former Forster office in Breese Parade, Forster - to be marketed in the future
- vacant land on The Lakes Way, Tuncurry - sold
- vacant land in Chapmans Road ,Tuncurry - agreement entered into with buyer.
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