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Lucas Business Park & Town Centre

By Phillip Lee

Lots in a master planned vibrant and contemporary business park and town centre situated in Ballarat West’s Urban Growth Area has been listed for sale with Ray White Commercial.

The Lucas Business Park is located on the Avenue of Honour, six kilometres west of Ballarat’s CBD, and is being marketed by Ray White Commercial Ballarat Director Trevor Booth.

Mr Booth said the Business Park will accommodate a wide range of businesses and will embrace the latest trends in design, facilities and technology.

“Lucas Business Park is Ballarat’s first NBN ready business park,” he said.

“Lucas offers a range of land sizes, catering for a wide range of uses. Flexible lots can also be easily designed to create the best accommodation solution for the purchaser’s business needs.

“The Park is also anchored with a full size Woolworths Supermarket and specialty stores, aiming to provide a competitive advantage to businesses in a quality urban environment.”

Mr Booth said the future residential development will see Lucas become home to more than 4000 residents as well as capitalising on the 8000 plus existing residents of Alfredton.

He said Lucas is a distinct property and will be the future business heart of Ballarat’s major growth area.

“Lucas is one of the fastest growing areas in regional Victoria,” Mr Booth said.

“Lucas covers 220 hectares and is the largest community to be master planned and constructed in Ballarat’s history. The enormous growth of this area and the flexibility of a greenfield development site give rise to many opportunities for businesses.”

Expressions of interest for Lucas Business Park close on Friday, October 5, 2012.

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