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Developer Lodges Plans for 138 Apartments in Brisbane’s Middle Ring

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Developer Lodges Plans for 138 Apartments in Brisbane’s Middle Ring

Developer Lodges Plans for 138 Apartments in Brisbane’s Middle Ring

Developer Lodges Plans for 138 Apartments in Brisbane’s Middle Ring. Developer Keylin Group has lodged plans with Brisbane City Council for a $75 million residential development in Brisbane middle ring suburb Upper Mount Gravatt.

The subject site, located at 22-40 Dawson Road, comprises 10 lots on a 4860sq m parcel of land.

The proposal, designed by architect Group GSA, is grouped into three separate buildings along Dawson Road, stepping down in height from seven, six and five levels.

 

Dawson Road Site

Developer Lodges Plans for 138 Apartments in Brisbane’s Middle Ring

Keylin Group’s Louis Cheung said the group is a big believer of Brisbane’s growth in the middle ring.

The developer says the project is planned in a thriving precinct with a “record growth rate and a high rental demand and yield”.

The development will comprise a total of 138 units offering a mixture of one, two and three bedroom apartments, with the project itself split across two stages.

Historically, Cheung says the trend in development for the area has catered towards the investor market.

“The design of this project focuses more on the owner occupier market, with a large portion offering three bedroom apartments,” Cheung told The Urban Developer.

“One of the key components for the development is car parking and ample storage areas. More than 50 per cent of our two bedroom apartments have two car parks, a point of difference to your typical offering.”

“Throughout the design process we have referenced the New World City Design Guide: Buildings That Breath document and where possible integrated philosophies and key elements into the design,” GSA said in their design statement.

 

The proposal has been grouped into three separate buildings along Dawson Road. Building three will be constructed within the first stage and buildings one and two to be constructed in the second stage.

The proposal has been grouped into three separate buildings along Dawson Road. Building three will be constructed within the first stage and buildings one and two to be constructed in the second stage.

The precinct is close to existing infrastructure such as Griffith University, QEII Jubilee Hospital and Brisbane Technology Park and has proximity to public transport, the M1 and the proposed Brisbane Metro which is set to benefit the area.

The Mount Gravatt area is considered a key economic hub roughly 15 minutes from Brisbane’s CBD, with estimates it will deliver more than 10,000 jobs by 2031.

Other nearby developments include an eight-storey residential building by Brisbane-based developer Opalyn Property Group, which will comprise 67 apartments.

Source: theurbandeveloper.com

 

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Fortitude Valley’s GPO Hotel offered to market

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The GPO Hotel in Queensland’s Fortitude Valley has been offered to the market through an expressions of interest campaign.

Currently operating as a nightclub it is described in the listing as a “long term lease prospect (4 x 10 years).”

Glen Price of HTL Property is marketing the listing.

Situated at 740 Ann Street the expressions of interest campaign closes on June 5.

The property holds a commercial hotel license.

Set on a 956 sqm plot the property has a total floor area of 1,850 sqm.
It is in close proximity to Brunswick Mall, Howard Smith Wharf precinct, Valley Metro redevelopment and 2 km from the Brisbane CBD.
Last sold in 2016 the property traded for $5,250,000.
Source:  www.propertyobserver.com.au
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Sentinel buys Brisbane’s Makerston House from Challenger for $103m

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Sentinel buys Brisbane Makerston House from Challenger for $103m

Sentinel Property Group has bought the Makerston House office tower in the Brisbane city centre for $103 million from ASX-listed Challenger.

The deal – the largest to date for the Brisbane-based syndicator – was struck on a net passing yield of 7.85 per cent. It will be held within Sentinel’s Regional Office Trust, which holds nine assets worth more than $350 million.

Makerston House, situated at 30 Makerston Street at the northern edge of the Brisbane CBD, last sold for $38 million in 2000 when Challenger bought it from listed investment company Ariadne.

The tower, offering almost 15,000 square metres of office space, had a book value of $70.7 million as of June 30 last year.

In January, Challenger secured Queensland Rail as a tenant across 2000 sq m to help shore up some of the vacancy.

Sentinel acquired the tower fully-leased with a weighted average lease expiry of 4.63 years. Other tenants include the Queensland government, as well as various state government corporate entities plus Secure Parking.

The deal follows Brisbane recording the largest drop in office vacancy compared to any other state capital in the six months to February, with a drop to 13 per cent from 14.7 per cent, according to the most recent Property Council Office Market Report.

Sentinel Property managing director Warren Ebert said Makerston House was “superbly positioned” at the epicentre of some of the city’s multibillion dollar infrastructure projects, including the $5.4 billion Cross River Rail network and the $2.1 billion Brisbane Live precinct.

“This is a fantastic acquisition for Sentinel and is our biggest purchase since the group started 10 years ago,” Mr Ebert said.

“The building is opposite the Queensland Police Headquarters and just 50 metres from Roma Street train station, the only existing CBD railway station that will link to the high capacity Cross River Rail.”

Established in 2010, Sentinel has a total national portfolio of more than 40 retail, industrial, office, land, tourism infrastructure and agribusiness assets with a total value in excess of $1.14 billion.

 

 

Source: www.afr.com

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Dexus Eyes $100m Sale for Brisbane Retail Centre

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Dexus Eyes $100m Sale for Brisbane Retail Centre

Dexus Wholesale Property Fund are looking to offload a 100 per cent freehold interest in Beenleigh Marketplace, a sub-regional shopping centre located 32-kilometres from Brisbane’s CBD.

The 19,476 square metre asset, which last transacted in 2013, is anchored by Woolworths and Big W and spans a 60,680sq m site.

The landholding also includes 4,390sq m of adjoining land earmarked for further development.

JLL head of retail investments Simon Rooney has been appointed to market the expressions of interest campaign amid weak sentiment in the retail property sector.

“Investors are pursuing a low-risk retail strategy at present,” he said.

Rooney said investors were targeting small and mid-sized sub-regional centres with a major focus on retail services along with food and beverage offerings.

“F&B has consistently been the fastest growing retail category over the last five, 10 and 20 years, which underpins solid leasing demand.”

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Recent transactions for sub-regional centres include the Rockdale Plaza sale in Sydney purchased by Charter Hall for $142 million last month, Sydney’s Neeta City purchased by Elanor Investors for $85.3 million in March, and Melbourne’s Campbellfield Plaza bought by Charter Hall for $74 million in December last year.

Transaction activity was highest within the $50-million to $150-million bracket for retail property last year.

Rooney said the Beenleigh retail hub outperforms the industry averages with total centre moving annual turnover (MAT) of $113.7 million.

Beenleigh, located in the city of Logan, has a current population of 83,570 which is expected to increase 2.1 per cent annually to 2031.

The expressions of interest campaign closes on June 6.

 

 

Source: theurbandeveloper.com

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