TAKE A LOOK
One of the last remaining large industrial sites to be subdivided in South Sydney.
ZONE 1901 is a great opportunity to invest in increasingly rare, quality industrial land. As councils rezone inner urban areas for residential usage, industrial users are being pushed further out, with all the inconvenience associated with decentralisation.
It is estimated that some 2.5 million square metres of industrial zoned land in South Sydney has already been lost in the past decade to residential and mixed uses making industrial land an ever increasing sought after commodity.
• Extra wide service road designed for B-Double access
• Zoned Industrial 1 - SEPP (Three Ports)
• Generous frontage for all allotments
• Extensive landscaping throughout
• Dedicated traffic lights and slip lane at Botany Road entrance
• 12 lot subdivision
• Community title estate
• Most lots will be sold with the benefit of Complying Development Certificates for warehouse buildings.
Get into the Zone
Zone 1901 presents the ideal location from which to run your business. Botany Road and Foreshore Road provide excellent access to all major arterial road networks making the site easily accessible to all areas of Sydney. It is also convenient to the Eastern Suburbs via Bunnerong Road and Anzac Parade. Escape traffic congestion by locating your business at Zone 1901.
Zone 1901 sits at the heart of Botany Bay, a place of great significance in the history of Australia. For at least 60 000 years, this area belonged to the Gadigal and Bidegal people of the Eora Nation.
Botany Bay was named in honour of the richness of the flora and fauna catalogued by Joseph Banks. Chief Naturalist on James Cook’s ‘The Endeavour’, Banks observed and collect hundreds of new species while moored in the Bay in 1770.
Initially earmarked as a potential site for a British colonial outpost, Botany Bay was eventually rejected as a permanent settlement area by Captain Arthur Phillip in 1788.
But Botany Bay played an important role in the development of modern Australia. In 1815, the former convict Simeon Lord built a water powered textile mill and later a flour mill. Later still, a paper mill operated in the area. Tanners and leatherworkers moved into the predominantly working class area in the 1830’s. Visitors from the colony at Port Jackson would come to bathe in the pleasant waters of the Bay and until the end of the 1890s the area was the centre of Sydney’s food production.
The port itself, opened in 1979, has served as an export port for steel, coal and grain, and is NSW’s largest container facility.
In the last 50 years the area has undergone significant industrial renewal, as the old maritime industries have been modernised & streamlined to keep apace with ever improving technologies. More recently, the noxious industries of the past have been replaced by modern, high quality development.
Zone 1901 is convenient to everywhere.
Enjoying easy access to Port Botany Container Terminal, Sydney Airport, the Eastern Suburbs and the CBD of Sydney, Zone 1901 is ideally located only:
300 metres to the nearest bus stop
1 km to Matraville Village
1 km to Port Botany
3 km to Westfield Eastgardens Shopping Centre
4 km to Southern Cross Drive
7 km to Sydney Airport
8 km to West Connex Interchange St Peters
11 km to Sydney CBD
1 Matraville Chickens
2 Cafe Carmelos
3 The House of Pie
4 Crayz Espresso
5 Calypso Cafe
6 Poppy’s Place
7 Bread N More Bakery
8 Chilli Lime
9 Bread & Beans Cafe
10 Oi Cafe
11 Cafe Bacetti
12 Westfield East Garden
15 Hefron Synthetic Soccer Field
16 Matraville Sports Centre
17 Hensley Athletic Field
Sydney's most exciting industrial estate
Zone 1901 stands as a significant reminder of the importance of this area in the Nation’s history.
Zoned - IN1 General Industrial Under the current planning controls of State Environmental Planning Policy (Three Ports) 2013.
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