Freshii will open the doors of its first Australian outlet at the popular Perth food court – offering fresh and nutritious meal options in one of the city’s busiest shopping precincts.
CBRE’s Craig Olde and Richard Cash, who negotiated the seven-year lease on behalf of Carillon City co-owners Hawaiian and Brookfield, said Freshii would introduce an exciting food option to the area.
“The Freshii brand represents a new era of main stream perception around convenience food, contradicting the historic view that food served quickly was by nature unhealthy,” Mr Olde said.
“The brand sprang to notoriety in the USA when the founder boldly and publicly published an open letter to McDonalds offering an open partnership trial at no cost - which Freshii claimed would increase the turnover of McDonalds with no expense or effort. The global fast food giant has to date been silent in direct response to the perpetual standing offer, however has since adopted a distinctly healthier strategy.”
Carillon City is the largest CBD retail asset in Perth, and the only major centre with both Murray Street Mall and Hay Street Mall frontages.
The deal comes shortly after the opening of Hype DC on the Murray Street Mall frontage of the centre, and follows the recent listing of Carillon City for sale.
Freshii CEO, Matthew Corrin
Article Link: cbre.com.au
Author: Natasha Wallis
Published: August 16, 2016
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