FAQ 

 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

Can a potential business do their own fitout?


Yes, fitout can be outsourced for your commercial unit. If the main construction is not complete, purchasers will need to wait until settlement. After settlement, purchasers will need to apply to the strata manager to get approval by the committee prior to commencing your fitout.




Where do I find the floor plan and measurements of the unit?


These are available from the agent, Blackshaw Coastal, upon enquiry.




What makes up the unit/inclusions?


Commercial units are white box, this includes an enclosed toilet and basin with exhaust, painted gyprock walls and ceiling, 2 batten lights, a smoke detector and 2 double power points. Power and water is individually metered. However, prior to construction there is an opportunity to design your own plumbing and electrical layout to suit your business requirements. Construction of stage 2 commercial is starting soon, so if you do require specific plumbing and electrical please contact us as soon as possible.




When is construction of stage 2 commercial starting?


We aim to start construction of stage 2 commercial in October 2021.




How many people live in Broulee?


Over 1,700 people live in Broulee permanently, with many more from surrounding suburbs attending Broulee's schools and daycare centres. Broulee is also a popular holiday destination, especially over Summer.




What other businesses are already established in Train Street Central?


Please see our Business Hub page.




What are the annual Fees, Strata, Rates or any other costs?


An estimate can be provided dependent on unit size. Please ask our agent, Blackshaw Coastal, for more information.




Are the residential apartments strata costs shared with the commercial strata costs or separate?


The strata costs for residential and commercial are separate.




Who is responsible for the outside maintenance?


This is included as part of strata fees.




What kind of green space will there be in the development?


The green space that is at the front of stage 1 commercial will continue along the front of stage 2 and around the corner into Cambridge Crescent, in front of stage 3. There will also be generous green space behind the main entrance with seating available for all to enjoy.




Can commercial units be shared between businesses?


Yes, businesses can share a commercial unit after receiving approval from the strata manager (as well as the unit owner, if leased).




Is parking allocated to the units or shared?


The only allocated parking is the disabled spaces. The rest of the parking is shared by the commercial businesses, their clients and the residential tenants. There are currently 54 parking spaces, with a total of 118 due by the completion of the development.




Is there an option to lease commercial units?


Lease options are available, please contact Blackshaw Coastal to find out more.




Where can I find the price list for commercial units?


Please go to the For Sale page and download the commercial brochure for the stage 2 commercial price list.