Sportswear giant ASICS has opened its Oceania headquarters at the 256-hectare Sydney Business Park in Marsden Park, in the north-west.
The 57,000 square metre site comprises a 24,960-square-metre warehouse and distribution centre; 4000-square-metre office including conferencing, gymnasium; a 1500-square-metre retail factory outlet and a 4500-square-metre private multi-use sports playing field.
It was designed by Reid Campbell, SBA, Siren Design and London-based WDC Design and built by Richard Crookes and Renascent.
ASICS Oceania managing director Mark Brunton said the office, warehouse and retail space allows for future growth and greater operating efficiency, “enabling us to better service our retail partners and customers across Australia”.
The $3 billion Sydney Business Park is also home to other major companies such as ALDI, Axalta Coating Systems, Bunnings, Costco, Dulux, IKEA, Lindt, Linfox and Toll.
Sydney Business Park’s sales and leasing director Matt Foldes, who negotiated the lease with ASICS, said companies such as ASICS are attracted to Sydney Business Park due to the precinct’s masterplanned road network, proximity to the Westlink M7 Motorway and ‘campus-style’.