Nick Andrianakos sells Melbourne industrial site to US private equity firm for $41 million


Newly minted billionaire, Nick Andrianakos, has sold his 9.31 hectare industrial site in Melbourne’s north to US private equity firm Cabot Properties for $41 million.

Andrianakos first purchased the property in 1993 for $1.45 million from the ANZ Bank.

According to, the new US-based owner is set to replace the largely vacant tract with a $130 million business park containing 55,000 square metres across three buildings.

READ MORE: ‘I was lucky’: How Nick Andrianakos went from petrol-pumping to Australian billionaire.

Nick Andrianakos sells Melbourne industrial site to US private equity firm for $41 million.

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“It is rare to be able to create an estate of this scale and quality in such a core infill location,” Cabot director of Investments, Jonathan Herb, said.

The deal comes a month since Andrianakos picked up a half-stake in Adelaide’s Colonnades Shopping Centre – the country’s fourth biggest mall by land area – for $135 million.

READ MORE: Nick Andrianakos invests over $135 million for half stake in Adelaide shopping mall.





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