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Springvale industrial real estate is among one of the most popular locations where investors, small businesses and large corporations are looking to lease or buy. If you are looking for industrial real estate for sale or for lease in Springvale look no further than our team at Just Commercial.

Springvale was built up post-war in the 1960s, and quickly saw huge growth in industrial estates, as well as residential growth. Not long after the renowned Sandown Racecourse and Sandown International Motor Raceway were built, which put the once modest suburb on the map. This led way to the industrial areas, which are now scattered throughout the suburb mainly across the suburbā€™s northwest and northeast regions.

Located just 22km south-east of Melbourneā€™s central business district. Springvale is situated in the City of Greater Dandenong government area. With the Greater Dandenong region home to 17,500 businesses, the suburb is the perfect area for growing companies to buy or lease industrial real estate. The opportunities available in the Springvale industrial precinct are expansive, and perfect for any business to find the right industrial property for sale or lease.

Well-known in the industrial real estate sector due to the abundance of warehouses and factories that are located within the suburb, Springvale is an in-demand market. Itā€™s a prime location for buying or leasing industrial property in Melbourneā€™s southeast. With a boisterous population of 21,714 (2016 Census), there is always plenty going on across Springvale.

Springvale is home to the Springvale Homemaker centre, which is a joint venture between Ikea and Harvey Norman founder, Gerry Harvey. The complex is the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere, making it a significant feature of the suburb. The homemaker centre is less than 500m from the M1 City, which is a mixed-use development that recently opened.

Another significant mark within Springvale is Spaghetti Junction, which is the nickname given Melbourneā€™s most complex intersection Springvale Junction where Springvale Road, Centre Road and the princes highway all come together. It is nicknamed so because of the intersection in England that is named Spaghetti Junction, as the intersection resembles a plate of spaghetti with curved road coming from all angles to meet at the intersection, just as Springvale Junction does.

If you lease or buy an industrial property in Springvale, you will have easy access to the Melbourne CBD through either the extensive public transport system or the easy access to major highways. Surrounded by key main roads such as Springvale Road, Westall Road, Centre and the Princes Highway, the demand for industrial real estate within Springvale can also be linked to continued infrastructure developments in the area. The new Dingley Bypass allows for improved access to industrial areas such as Springvale, increasing the number of businesses looking to lease or buy industrial real estate within the suburb.

No matter if you are searching for a factory, warehouse, or location within an industrial park to lease or buy in Springvale, we are confident that our team can find you the perfect industrial property to suit your business. Whether you are looking for industrial real estate for sale in Springvale or industrial real estate for lease in Springvale, we can find the best deals that meet both your budget and production needs.

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