Pelican Waters Marina’s evolution as a premier lifestyle destination continues with the unveiling of a remarkable waterfront food and beverage opportunity.
Henzells Commercial is pleased to present Shop 7/2 Boat Shed Way, Pelican Waters an exclusive dining venue with breathtaking east-facing water views.
Commercial Manager Paul Bell said the opportunity was like no other on the Sunshine Coast.
“Nestled in an idyllic location, a remarkable opportunity awaits experienced food operators who crave an exclusive waterfront venue with stunning outlook.
“This freestanding, architecturally designed space is destined to be a culinary haven, with high ceilings and glass facades to embrace all the beauty of the marina,’’ he said.
The site will be a focal point of the Marina hub offering a fully enclosed 3000sqm shed for the storage of up to 160 boats, boat lifts, one hour launch and retrieval service, boat washdown and other services.
A network of floating pontoons provides safe harbour and first-class amenities for a further 126 vessels.
“People are looking ahead and imagining what an amazing destination this will be in the very near future. Businesses will benefit from the constant ebb and flow of marina users and visitors in this exciting new lifestyle precinct,’’ Paul said.
“This is a one-off opportunity to capitalise on a unique and stunning location in the heart of the new Pelican Waters Marina, and opposite a thriving Marina Village development which will be home to 2000 new residents and multiple new businesses including medical centre.”
The Boat Shed Way opportunity features a fusion of indoor and outdoor dining with a 112sqm internal area highlighted by elegant finishes and a 125sqm exclusive outdoor alfresco setting with panoramic water views plus ample off street customer parking.
AREA: Approximately: 112sqm internal + 125sqm exclusive use outdoor area
RATE: $65,000 P/A + Outgoings + GST
View the listing here.
For leasing enquiries or further information contact Paul Bell on 0400 711 969 or Andrew Douglas on 0408 164 582.