Charter Hall Direct PFA Fund (PFA)
Overview and key facts
PFA has a quality portfolio anchored by government tenants. We grow rental income by attracting and retaining quality tenants on long leases with structured rental increases. PFA’s current portfolio is diversified across seven states and territories, as follows:
12 Shelley Street, Sydney is an A-grade office building in Sydney's Barangaroo precinct with major tenant American Express. 9 Wentworth Street, Parramatta is a commercial tower with retail space and six levels of office accommodation that is located in one of NSW's fastest growing regions.
200 Adelaide Street, Brisbane is a five level office building with ground floor retail, and forms part of the Property Council of Australia's award winning Anzac Square heritage complex. 40 Tank Street, Brisbane is in the north quarter of the CBD and the major tenant is the State Government of Queensland. 83-85 George Street, Brisbane is located within the heart of the government precinct and is directly opposite the new multi-billion dollar casino and entertainment development "Queens Wharf".
303 Sevenoaks Street, Cannington is a modern four level office building with large floorplates and substantial parking facilities. 16 Parklands Road, Osborne Park is located 5km north of the Perth CBD, is fully leased with WA government as the anchor tenant.
134 Macquarie Street, Hobart also known as The Lands Building comprises 10 levels of office accommodation located in Tasmania's largest city. 22 Elizabeth Street & 103 Macquarie Street, Hobart is an integrated complex comprising two buildings with both heritage and modern office accommodation.
44 Sydney Ave, Canberra is strategically located in the parliamentary precinct and tenanted by the federal government.
1-21 Dean Street, Moonee Ponds has five levels of office space, substantial parking facilities and features virtually uninterrupted natural light.
21-25 Nile Street, Port Adelaide is a newly constructed property with six levels of A-grade office accommodation and retail space.
How to invest
Investing in PFA is as simple as following these four steps:
Read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) in full.
Request the PDS by completing the contact form
Consider the offer, paying particular attention to the risks set out in section six of the PDS;
Consult your financial adviser, stockbroker and other professional adviser;
Access our online applications or complete the paper copy accompanying the PDS.