Market City Fruit & Vegetables

About Market City

Perth Market City

Current Profile

The Perth Market Authority (PMA), a Western Australian Government agency, is responsible for the ownership and management of Market City. The asset, developed in 1989 is situated on 50 hectares of land at Canning Vale, 16km south of the CBD of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia.

Market City plays a critical role in the marketing and distribution of fresh produce in the State. Over $350M (AUD) worth of fresh produce is traded annually through the Central Trading Area (CTA) of the markets. In addition significant sales are carried out by tenants to the major supermarkets and through interstate and international trade.

The CTA is currently fully leased with few vacancies in the commercial area and warehouses. The site occupancy rate is over 95% on a total net lettable area of 111,000m2. There remains 10 hectares of the site that is undeveloped at this stage.

Market City Key Features

Future Developments

Market City is currently investing over $20M (AUD) to increase the profile of Market City and to consolidate its position as the centre for fresh food excellence in Western Australia. The redevelopment consists of a series of interdependent projects including:

PMA is receiving strong industry demand for further warehouse and site development. These opportunities are arising due to:

To meet this demand PMA is currently completing a master planning process to demonstrate the opportunities to potential new tenants. Features of the masterplan with be a food industry precinct, further warehousing, a controlled site access plan, further development of a service precinct for scientific and quality assurance, an industry training facility.

For further details contact
Peter Cooper
Acting Chief Executive Officer
Perth Market Authority
MP1, Market City, 280 Bannister Road, Canning Vale Western Australia 6155
Ph: (08) 9456 9200
Fax: (08) 9456 9222

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