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Expressions of interest for multi-use Burpengary site

EXPRESSIONS of interest are being sought for a development site in the Moreton Bay Region suburb of Burpengary at 144 Station Road.

The asset, that comes with a 3,295sq m* land area, has a District Centre Zoning that would allow for multiple uses.

The site is marketed by Ray White Special Projects Queensland’s Andrew Burke and Matthew Fritzsche.

Mr Burke said the asset offered multiple opportunities that included childcare, commercial, retail and medium density residential.

“The site is in the middle of the Burpengary retail precinct with neighbours like 7-Eleven, McDonald’s, Aldi, Coles, Woolworths, World Gym, Kmart and many more,” he said.

“With easy access to the Bruce Highway, you would be 40 minutes* north of Brisbane and just 30 minutes* south of Sunshine Coast.

“The site is offered clear and mostly level and is within walking distance of retail and schools with the nearby Burpengary rail station serviced by the Caboolture Line.”

Mr Fritzsche said Burpengary was a rapidly developing growth hub within the Moreton Bay Regional Council.

“There are 19,000* residents in the northern urban expansion corridor between the master planned community of North Lakes and long-established regional centre of Caboolture,” he said.

“The site is along Station Road, a prominent local feeder road in the region, with the site enjoying excellent exposure to around 8,900* vehicles per day.

“The asset is surplus to the needs of our client and they are genuine sellers.”

Expressions of interest close on Wednesday 19 June 2019 at 4pm.

*Approximately.

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